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Contractors that have attachments that they use once a year should consider storing them on racks that are covered for rain. The cost of letting them get rusty is high. It is also good to organize them to be easily found when needed.

Secondly hydraulic hammers should be stored standing to keep them from leaking and wrecking internal seals. By taking a piece of pipe just slightly larger than the hammer tool and cementing it in the ground creates a great stand.

Yard organization shows your employees you care about neatness and your corporate image.

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