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The lowest prices on heavy equipment and machinery for your jobsite, farm or construction projects. Choose from the best selection and prices on new and used excavators, skid steers, bulldozers, backhoes for sale or lease now and save up to 30% on your critical purchase.

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Industrial equipment is what makes the backbone of your business operate smoothly and efficiently. The right equipment on the construction site or in the warehouse has an impact on your bottom line everyday. Our new and used forklift selection from our partners and brands helps 1000's of companies choose the right tool for the job and keeps your company logisitics running smoothly.

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Skid steer loaders offer a versitile machine that can lift 1,650 to 2,100 pounds. Skid steers are great for large residential and small commercial projects.

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Excavators are heavy construction equipment consisting of a a bucket, arm, rotating cab, and movable tracks. Very useful in digging, moving and clearing earth.

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Backhoe loaders are the most flexible tool in construction for demolitions, moving materials, clearing, digging, excavation, landscaping, and breaking asphalt.

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Ideal for shallow digging, earth moving, many farm applications, grading, removing trees, ditching and most any of the toughest and dirtiest jobs.

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The Right Machinery For The Jobsite

Buying a piece of heavy machinery or a new or used forklift is a big investment and it will have a huge impact on your bottom line and productivity. Heavy machinery is expensive but also pays for itself with the tasks it performs. Something as simple as buying forklifts for your warehouse will increase the throughput and efficiency of your location so much that the investment becomes a no brainer for most. But the wrong forklift, lift, telehandler or construction machine can become just another ongoing expense. The best forklift can help you save money, increase productivity, and decrease your overall downtime and fits only what you need.

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The lowest prices on heavy equipment and machinery for your jobsite, farm or construction projects. Choose from the best selection and prices on new and used excavators, skid steers, bulldozers, backhoes for sale or lease now and save up to 30% on your critical purchase.

Comprae side by side pricing from our nationwide network of heavy machinery dealers and partners. All major brands and models with a large used inventory ready to delivery.

Largest selection of heavy machine brands

Purchase and lease option available

Nationwide loader inventory available

Skid steer, backhoe, bulldozer and more.

Save up to 30% on all machine brands

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Questions About Buying Heavy Equipment

Should I rent or buy my heavy machinery and equipment?

Renting can be ideal to supplement your fleet or for seasonal projects and short term needs. The cost of buying a bulldozer, backhoe of excavator is expensive and often a project only requires the right tool for the short term. Purchasing may provide you with more value long term through owning the heavy machine but renting machines like excvators is quite common and easy. Whether you need backhoe, bulldozers, aerial lifts, skid steer loader or excavator rentals to supplement your fleet, we have you covered. We offer flexible short and long-term heavy equipment rental agreements to help you reduce costs and operate more efficiently.



How much does a backhoe cost?

Brand new 2020 models of Backhoe loaders with a dig depth of 9 to 10 feet usually cost $20,000 to $45,000. Machines with a 14-foot dig depth to slightly more (which is considered the industry standard for a backhoe) cost anywhere from $50,000 to $90,000. Slightly larger backhoe 2020 models with dig depths of 15+ feet cost $70,000 to $120,000.



How much does a skid steer or bobcat cost to buy or rent?

The average price for buying a new 2020 Bobcat skid steer is anywhere from $25,000 to $70,000, depending on size, specs, which model you need and features. Used skid steers and "bobcats" average between $5,000 and $30,000. Many people choose to rent a bobcat skid steer from $450 per week to $1,300.



How much does a mini excavtor cost to buy?

Mini excavator prices vary based on the size, depth and reach, brand and model. The depth it is capable of digging and the horsepower or capabilities of the excavator are main contributing factors to price. Prices range from $20,000 to $90,000, although most models fall in the $30,000 to $50,000 range for most excavator brands. If you choose to rent an excavator expect to pay an average rental cost between $200 and $600 per day, with large models costing as much as $3,000 per day.



How much does a forklift cost?

A brand new electric forklift with standard capacity might cost $20,000 – $45,000 dollars and up with an increase of $2,500 – $5,000 for a battery and charger. A gas forklift with standard capacity will cost approximately $20,000 – $50,000 and up.



How do I find a forklift dealer near me?

All States Industrial has partner companies in almost every city and state with delivery capacity for each. The top brands that we can serve to your state include Toyota, KION, Mitsubishi, Hyster-Yale, Komatsu and Clark.



Do you rent scissor lifts?

Scissor lifts are ideal for many commercial and service industry applications. They are a compact easy to transport way to work on high up projects like cleaning repair or signage. We have all heights and models of scissor lifts for rent through our partners near you.



How do I get an excavator for my residential project?

heavy-duty excavators and its accessories, large machinery for digging, loading, and dumping. While mini-excavators perform digging operations down to 13' deep. They both feature outstanding maneuverability, with an independent boom swing. We provide excavator and mini-excavator rentals in 48 states and Canada.



Should I buy a new forklift or buy a used forklift?

A brand new internal combustion (IC) forklift with similar capacity can cost as much as $30k. ... So, going for a used forklift, you can expect to have 30% to 50% cost savings. Many companies choose to buy a used forklift due to the nature of the product and longevity that is part of the rugged design. Short answer is that forklift last many, many years by design and this makes buying a used forklift a popular choice for many companies. The low cost of a used forklift is just too much savings for many to pass up.



How do I choose the right aerial lift or boom lift for my needs?

Aerial lifts are selected for your need by maximum height and lift capacity. The smallest models are 40 feet tall, while the largest telescopic boom lifts are 180 feet tall. A 40-foot machine has a maximum range or horizontal reach of about 34 feet, and a 120-foot boom lift has a range of 75 feet.



What types of forklift are best for my company needs?

All States Industrial can help you choose from all types of forklifts. The main considerations include Environment, capacity or load size, height, fuel type preference, tire type and deciding between new forklifts, used forklifts or simply hire out the need on contract. Additional less common options we carry are scissor lifts, bucket trucks, pallet jacks, reach trucks and telehandlers for sale.



How much can a forklift lift?

While there are infinite varieties of forklifts by specs the general lift ranges are as follows. 3-wheel lifts can move about 5,000 pounds, 4-wheel lifts are capable of carrying about 8,000 pounds and counterbalance forklifts (one of the most common types of forklifts) can hoist up to around 5,500 pounds maximum.



Will my company need licensed oparators for forklifts, bulldozers, excavators or skid steers?

Per OSHA requirements, a commercial driver's license (Class A, B, C, etc.) is NOT required to operate a forklift but a permit is required to operate a forklift. Occupational Safety Health Administration (1910.178 (i)(6)) requires all forklift operators be certified before operating a lift truck or warehouse product. Commercial construction machines like bulldozers and excavators may in some areas require a commercial drivers license depending on type.



Can you deliver my heavy equipment purchase to my location?

Yes. Most of our heavy equipment partners will delever the heavy machinery to your site for a fee.



What else is important when I decide to buy a forklift?

Fuel storage is another important consideration. If you buy a fleet of forklifts you will need readily available fuel. Fuel storage will equire permits, tanks and planning.



When would I buy a bulldozer for my project and should I buy used?

Consider a used bulldozer if you work in residential construction, demolition or offer general construction services, where standard equipment is used and you don’t need the latest technology. While prices will vary depending on the model, age and brand of the used bulldozer, a used CAT would list for about $10,000 -- $90,000 less than the cost of a new model of the same dozer.



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