One word that springs to mind when thinking about grab hire is “versatility”. As it removes the need for time-consuming and physically exhausting manual labour, it’s a fantastic method of handling waste management, the transportation of materials, and many aspects of groundworks. Taking all these different applications together, it’s easy to see how grab hire can be an essential tool for keeping a construction site running safely and efficiently.
Shaw Haulage are grab hire specialists with over 20 years of experience in the industry. We serve all of Kent, and clients ranging from homeowners to trades and development companies in areas such as Ashford, Broadstairs, Canterbury, Chatham, Dartford, Deal, Dover, Faversham and Folkestone – not to mention our hometown of Sittingbourne.
Our grab hire vehicle operators are certified and experienced. They put to work a mechanical arm, which sits next to a huge 80 tonne capacity truck bed, making the handling of both heavy and unwieldy items a breeze; difficult positions can also be dealt with easily, e.g the transportation of waste or material over a wall or fence.
Other areas we’re constantly visiting include Herne Bay, Longfield, Maidstone, Margate, Meopham, Northfleet, Rainham, Rochester, Sheerness, Snodland and Whitstable – so don’t hesitate to contact us wherever you are in the Kent area. We also provide these areas aggregate supply, muckaway and land restoration services, all of which require the use of grab hire vehicles. This means our fleet is in constant use and is very carefully looked after – maintenance is an essential aspect of grab hire provision.
So what are the key benefits associated with grab hire?
All the waste material we gather during the provision of grab hire throughout Kent, is carefully screened and processed to create secondary materials that will be re-used. This includes the soil, rubble, concrete and brick our aggregate suppliers are able to re-purpose.
So if you require grab in any of the areas listed below, give us a call at your earliest convenience: