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9 Ways to Mow a Lawn Like a Stud

With the threat of snow and ice out of the forecast here in Northern Kentucky, we can’t help but think about the warmer days of spring ahead. As the spring season quickly approaches, it’s time to prepare ourselves for another eight months of yard work. Today, we want to focus on the most basic type […]

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Top 5 Construction Industry Resolutions for 2015

Every year, millions of Americans make resolutions for the New Year. Whether your goal in 2015 is to pay down debt, save more, lose weight, or start a business, there’s no better time to start than today. It’s also important for businesses of all sizes to take this opportunity to reflect on the successes and […]


Tips for Remodeling Your Kitchen (and Where to Rent the Tools You’ll Need)

Being stuck inside in the winter for what feels like weeks on end can drive anyone stir crazy. This year, fight off cabin fever by getting off your duff and finally tackling that kitchen remodel. Need a little direction? The folks at Bon Appetit have your back. Below, we’ve summarized some of their best tips […]

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Balanced Growth Expected in Construction Industry in 2015

It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 10 years since the housing market crash that led to one of the worst recessions in our country’s history first made national headlines. The crash left millions of Americans upside down on their mortgage, led to hundreds of thousands of foreclosures, and crushed the construction industry. Over […]


New York Set to be Pounded by Biggest Blizzard Ever

If you live in the northeast you better be set on food and entertainment. Wind-driven snow will be falling as fast as 4 inches per hour, likely bringing travel and commerce to an icy crawl from New York to Boston. New York is looking at 24 inches of snow and  Boston might get the worst […]

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Keene Machinery & Export Offers Heavy Equipment Rentals

Rent It Today would like to welcome Keene Machinery & Export to our rental family. Keene Machinery is a supplier of heavy equipment for the construction industry. Their inventory and consignment list includes heavy equipment and attachments from respected brands in the industry such as: Komatsu, Kawasaki, John Deere, Caterpillar, Hitachi and more. They supply […]


Rental Construction Shows No Signs of Slowing

Although it’s been roughly six years or so since the U.S. economy tanked, recovery has been slow, unemployment numbers remain high, and wage growth has been modest. As a result, more Americans are choosing (or left with no other option but) to rent rather than buy their homes. An increased demand for rental units has led to a boom […]

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How To Winterize Your House This Fall

Although we’ve had a pretty mild summer here in the Midwest, the current heat wave has almost everyone in this part of the country ready for fall. Before the temperatures drop and cooler weather creeps in, however, it’s a good idea to make sure the exterior of your home is in tip-top shape. To effectively […]


Simple Tips to Plant a Tree This Fall

If you’re a DIY-type, you probably know that fall is great time to prepare your yard and garden for the following spring season. It’s also an ideal time to plant trees and shrubs around your home. Below, we’ve shared a few tips to help you get the tree in the ground before the first frost. […]

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How to Maintain Your Lawn This Fall

Although it may be pretty tempting to throw in the towel after a long summer of yard work, that might not be such a good idea. In fact, fall is actually the best time to prepare your lawn for the following spring thanks in part to its cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall. So what should […]