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How To Maximize Your DirtPail.com Membership

You see it on search engines on the internet everyday.  Searches by contractors and home owners for fill dirt, dirt fil, free dirt, free fill, dumpsites, etc.  And some of those searches, and though I must admit I would like to see more, bring those inquires to DirtPail.com.   Any business owner or homeowner who hits the "Submit" button on the registration page of DirtPail.com did so for any number ... Read More »

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Equipment Investments... Buy New or Used?

The pressures of competition, environmental regulations and the need to make a profit require a streamlined, cost-effective company. Equipment such as trucks, backhoes, and riding mowers are capital investments and an important component in cost-effective management. A large portion of business profits may be invested or designated toward major equipment purchase. Before a decision is made to acquire new equipment, ... Read More »

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This is... DirtPail.com!

Well, it's not too bad if I say so myself!  Produced for your dining and dancing pleasure, the latest attempt to "Rock It" by yours truly to highlight in a one minute clip what DirtPail.com is about!   If you like it... or not... let us know!  Thanx!  ... Read More »

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Equipment Rental and Subcontracting

It may not be worth purchasing machines that a business uses only occasionally. In this situation, the options are equipment rental or subcontracting the work. Either way, any work that requires use of that machine (possibly on more than one job) should be coordinated so it can be accomplished at the same time. Rental rates from contractors may be substantially lower than those of equipment dealers, depending ... Read More »

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Keeping Current Listings Equal Greater Results For All

A website like DirtPail is a great tool that allows member contractors and homeowners to network free dirt exchanges.  Getting the proper amount and type of materials means that listing members need to be proactive and keep their posted request(s) current to avoid any potential problems down the road.   DirtPail will now enact a policy that every listing will be posted for no more that ninety (90) ... Read More »

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DirtPail Partners with Dirty Job's Mike Rowe

One of the benefits of having a construction website with a blog is being able to share your knowledge and insight with those that may be, well... interested in what you have to say.  Some consider themselves experts, while others just consider.  I suppose anyone can proclaim their information to be "dead on", but what one offers is only as good what one gets out of it.  Pooling resources in one place ... Read More »

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Big News Coming Soon

I gotta tall you, I have some pretty impressive news about a new venture that is being formed with DirtPail.com.  We are about to become a partner in a new platform with someone who is a very visible and respected representative of the construction industry, and the skilled trades that fuel it and keep it viable.  DirtPail is teaming up with multiple other construction based businesses and individuals, ... Read More »

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