Post hole diggers are essential for things such as erecting a fence that must have wooden posts or digging footings for house piers. You can’t hire one to use yourself unless you own a tractor to attach it to like a farmer would. However, you can hire both the digger and the machine to run it – along with a qualified operator so you won’t have to work out how it operates. These simple but amazing tools will dig a hole in a very short time with almost no effort; no human effort anyway.

While farmers know how to operate their tractor and post hole digger, anyone without that kind of experience simply couldn’t manage to work our machines unless they had prior training. There are basically two machines to work, the digger and the machine it is attached to and it is not an easy to drive farm tractor. The equipment needed to dig holes for construction work is often smaller than a tractor so it will fit into tight areas where there is not much room to move.

Very often such machinery allows the operator to stand rather than sit because each job only takes a small amount of time. Standing room only allows the machine to be even smaller in spite of them having tracks instead of wheels. The tracks give them much better traction in slippery or wet conditions or where the ground is steep. So the whole unit is built for safety as well as for manouveurability. In addition, the digger can be taken off and other attachments put on in its place so that other kinds of work such as trenching can be done.

Diggers are used to dig holes for additions to the home such as adding a deck or a porch where you need to have piers to support it. Holes need to be dug for fencing or to put up billboards and other large signage. Using a post hole digger is much quicker and more efficient, not to mention a great deal easier than doing it by hand. You will find that it is more affordable to hire a trained expert with the necessary machinery for the job than to hire all the equipment and try to do it yourself. Let us dig the holes while you do other important tasks on the job – the ones that you are trained for.