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Utility Installation | Vermeer
The need for clean water, faster communication and reliable access to electricity requires a range of equipment that can work in the most rural, remote areas and the most congested, populous cities, in a range of ground conditions – from hard rock to clay to cobble.
Anticipating the variety of conditions in which installation of these vital utilities are performed, Vermeer offers a comprehensive and high-quality product offering, including horizontal directional drills, guided boring systems, trenchers, vibratory plows, rockwheels, piercing tools, vacuum excavators and mini skid steers, as well as a range of tooling, accessories, and support equipment ready to see you though the most challenging jobs.
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  • 0% Financing* for 24 Months

    From March 1, 2016, through May 31, 2016, qualified buyers can receive 0% interest for 24 months on the purchase of any new Vermeer mini skid steer loader — including models CTX50, S450TX, S725TX and S800TX. See your local Vermeer dealer for additional details on this and other special offers from Vermeer.

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  • 20% OFF

    Save 20% on the most popular Vermeer adapters — built to help maintain tooling life and enable easy transitioning between applications. Contractor’s Choice adapters are guaranteed in stock or they are FREE.

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  • AEM Safety-Utility Damage

    “Everyone has a part to play” to help ensure underground utility safety and damage prevention. That’s the message of a new video and related online and print resources from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). “Contractors, manufacturers and dealers all play a critical role in keeping our communities safe when it comes to underground utility awareness,” said William “Bernie” Bernhard, AEM technical and safety services manager. “AEM is committed to making sure all industry stakeholders are aligned and work together; communication and cooperation are essential.”

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  • For a successful finish, you need to start with the right tools

    When it comes to making tooling purchase decisions, Kenkel considers three main factors. “Reliability is first and foremost,” Kenkel says, “Having tooling you can rely on is essential. To replace a broken tool is costly. In addition to the expense of having the tool repaired or replaced, there’s the obvious cost of having a drill shut down and not operational.

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  • Don’t underestimate cost of operation for HDD tooling.

    Tooling can have a big effect on machine and jobsite productivity.

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