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Fact Check 1 – Battery Powered Mini Diggers
A common misconception is that the battery powered mini diggers on hire today require charging in the middle of the working day. Not true if you hire the right tool from the right people, Eco Plant Hire!
Our Battery mini digger hire diggers and electric excavators are guaranteed to give you a full working day’s performance on your site.
How? Because we source and stock the most up to date equipment available and we test and maintain our plant to a very high standard. Plus we always train clients in how best to use our battery diggers and how best to tackle the task when we deliver our battery diggers to your site.
Our team members have many, many years plant and equipment experience and we are almost 15 years hiring only electrical and battery powered diggers as well as a large range of other battery powered zero emission plant. So you can be sure that Eco Plant Hire are the acknowledged experts in electric plant hire company and we deliver that value and experience to all your jobs.
Why Choose Eco Plant Hire?
Eco Plant Hire has been in operation since 2008 providing the Irish market with electric and battery hire alternatives to our clients, contractors and building professionals.
Constantly sourcing and stocking the best zero emission equipment, our battery mini digger hire machines are designed for work in confined spaces, internal works and urban environments. Or where low noise or zero emissions equipment has been specified by the project managers or main construction works company.
Our battery electric diggers/excavators reduced noise levels improve safety and allow construction work to proceed safely in conjunction with being better for the environment. Communicate more easily with colleagues and reduce risk on your site with low noise plant and equipment from Eco Plant Hire.
Contact Eco Plant Hire today so we can assist you in your plant hire needs – we deliver throughout Ireland same day or next business day. You can reach the office on 057 862 6669 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org