We have the crane, we have the operators. There’s no point in letting them sit when we could be helping out commercial developers...
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
Fairfax tree service company, JL Tree, has two 38-ton Terex cranes that are available to rent, with experienced operators. What might you need a crane for? According to JL Tree’s General Manager, Sean Lewett, the most common use is installing A/C Sets for commercial buildings or setting trusses for local homes.
Cranes are not commonplace pieces of rental equipment. They are usually only available from large construction firms. Most homeowners and commercial contractors find that calling a big construction firm to ask if they’ll do a little job like install an air conditioner is an intimidating prospect. However, JL Tree has an ongoing relationship with those in the DMV region.
“We have the crane, we have the operators. There’s no point in letting them sit when we could be helping out commercial developers,” reports Lewett.
That same service-minded focus is the values that Lewett’s father, John Lewett, founded JL Tree with in 1975. There was a need for tree-care specialists to maintain the appearance and health of all the beautiful trees the area is known for, and so John Lewett stepped into to fill that need. The Lewetts have served their clientele with an emphasis on respect, reputation and strong relationships. Crane rental is yet another way that they serve their clientele.
In fact, JL Tree will rent out just about any piece of equipment (along with its very capable and experienced operator) if someone asks and it’s not being used in tree work. This includes the Log Loader truck, flatbed, forklift, bobcat, and demolition trailer. Simply call their offices to book.
About JL Tree
JL Tree Service has served the Northern Virginia/Maryland/Washington D.C. area since 1975. They are a TCIA-certified tree care company, the highest certification available, and their high quality care has attracted thousands of satisfied customers. For more information, visit http://www.JLtreeservice.com.