Early Start to Busy Spring Equipment Rental Season Reports Total Equipment Rentals

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Total Equipment Rentals (http://www.totalrentals.ca), an Ontario equipment rental company with locations in Brantford and Woodstock, reports an early start to the annual spring rental season, as customers are planning ahead: inquiring about rental equipment to complete household spring cleaning jobs and reserving large equipment for heavy agricultural work.

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At Total Equipment Rentals, we provide rental equipment for customers in the construction and agricultural industries, as well as homeowners and do-it-yourselfers

One of southwestern Ontario’s largest construction and farm equipment rental companies, Total Equipment Rentals (http://www.totalrentals.ca), reports an early start to the busy annual spring equipment rental season. Both their Brantford and Woodstock equipment rental stores have seen a marked increase over last year in customer inquiries, and in the rental of small equipment for spring household cleaning and repair jobs, and the bookings for large equipment rentals for spring agricultural work, construction projects and landscaping jobs.

“The spring is always a very busy time in the equipment rental business,” says Total Equipment Rentals spokesman Geoff Erkelens. “At Total Equipment Rentals, we provide rental equipment for customers in the construction and agricultural industries, as well as homeowners and do-it-yourselfers. In Canada, with our cold winters and deep snow, out of necessity, many jobs have to be put off until the spring. Of course, everyone knows that farmers plant in the spring, and that landscapers and many contractors put outdoor projects on hold until the spring thaw. It is the same with home owners. Traditionally, they wait until the late days of winter to start their annual spring cleaning and to catch up on home repairs. This year, we have found that customers are getting a head start on spring and planning their spring projects much earlier. We can only attribute this to the milder winter that we are experiencing this year and the general consensus that spring will arrive much early than it did last year,” explains Erkelens.

According to Erkelens, farm tractors, manure spreaders, rock pickers, dump wagons and tree spades are always in great demand each spring at Total Equipment Rentals, but this year, the Bradford rental equipment company is finding that farmers and contractors are booking their equipment early.

“The Farmer’s Almanac predicted that southwestern Ontario will have a below-normal snowfall this year. Perhaps area farmers are taking this to heart and planning accordingly, to get an early start on spring planting. We have also seen an increase in the number of household equipment rentals. Items like carpet cleaners, ladders, paint sprayers, wallpaper steamers and floor sanders, typically rented to do spring cleaning and repair jobs in the early spring, are already in great demand,” adds Erkelens.

About Total Equipment Rentals: Total Equipment Rentals, one of Ontario’s largest equipment rental companies, carries an extensive inventory of rental tools, utility vehicles, and large and small-scale equipment for rent. With equipment rental outlets in Brantford and Woodstock, Total Equipment Rentals serves southwestern Ontario farmers, contractors and homeowners, offering top of the line rental equipment, with fast, knowledgeable and friendly service. Their Ontario commercial rental yards rent tractors, plows, snow blowers, roadside mowers, rock pickers, Bobcats, ARGOs, excavators, forestry equipment, construction supplies, tree spades, aerial hoists, compaction equipment, concrete and masonry supplies, and much more. For more information about all the products available at Total Equipment Rentals, please visit their website at http://www.totalrentals.ca or call (519) 449-2200.

Contact Information:
Geoff Erkelens
Total Equipment Rentals
594729 Hwy 59 South,
Woodstock, ON. N4S 7V8
(519) 449-2200

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