Rent Mini Excavators in Lansing For Any Job
Despite its compact size compared to larger hydraulic excavators, a mini excavator is a mobile powerhouse that’s anything but small. With a comfortable cab, heavy-duty bucket and durable treads, they’re easy to use in any location. Our mini excavator rentals can power through uneven terrain, tough surfaces, extreme weather and full-scale commercial digs. Contractors and other professionals prefer our Yanmar 1.7 ton, 3.5 and 5.5 metric ton mini excavators when they need extra power. DIY enthusiasts enjoy the convenience and easy operability of our smaller, ultra mini excavator. With larger machines capable of dig depth up to 13 ft deep and smaller machines squeezing through narrow, 3 ft wide passages, it’s easy to find the right mini excavator rental in Lansing and Mid-Michigan.
Professionals and DIY Lansing Mini Excavator Rentals
Whether you are following an precise dig plan or you need to cut through an entire area, we can help you find the right Lansing mini excavator rental. Many of our customers in Lansing and Mid-Michigan rent mini excavators for the following projects;
- Home construction
- Foundation digging
- Utility work
- Laying pipes
- Laying walkways
- Digging pools
- Digging basements
- Installing septic systems
What Size Mini Excavator Do I Need?
When choosing a mini excavator rental, know the correct size. Typically, the size of your mini excavator will depend on the following aspects:
- The kind of work you want from your excavator
- The shape and size of the location you are working at
- The nature of tools and attachment that will go with your excavator
- Mode of transportation for your excavator
You will need an excavator under six tons for most mini excavator jobs. But, remember, having a big machine isn’t always necessary for a better job.
Can I Use Standard Excavator Attachments for Mini Excavators?
Excavator attachments vary in terms of job type, size, and application. So, there are various excavator attachments to choose from, depending on the site and job type. These excavator attachments include Tree Slayer, Brush Eliminator Cutter, Disc Mulcher, Auger, Thumb attachments, etc.
In terms of attachment sizes, it’s important to consider the excavator size to determine the right attachment. Otherwise, attachment compatibility can be a problem. To ensure you’re using the right size, you will need to measure the following parameters:
- Pin diameter
- Dipper Gap
- Pin Centers
So, typically, a standard excavator attachment doesn’t always fit a mini excavator.
Browse our selection of mini excavator rentals available in Lansing and throughout Mid-Michigan to find the equipment that you need. If you’re not sure what machine is right for the job or if you’d like more information, contact us.