1 Ton Flatbed Truck Rentals
- 6.7 Cummins (Diesel)
- 6 Speed Automatic Transmission
- 9′ Flatbed
- Six Passenger Seating
- Power Windows & Locks
- Keyless Entry
- Cruise Control
- Air Conditioning
- B&W Gooseneck Hitch
- B&W Steel Drop Hitch with Full Access Receiver
- Electric Brake Controller
- Exhaust Brake
- Tow Mirrors
If you are needing more power than a ¾-Ton rental truck can offer, we have 1-Ton Service Body trucks, and 1-Ton Flatbed Trucks available. If you need to haul a work crew and oversized equipment, we have the perfect truck for you. The 1-Ton Flatbed seats six crew members comfortably and has a flatbed to haul oversized and oddly shaped equipment. Our 1-Ton Flat Bed truck comes standard with 4×4, towing package, and 24-hour roadside assistance. The 1-Ton Flatbed truck comes equipped with a 9’ bed, B&W gooseneck, B&W rear receiving hitch, exhaust brake, and towing mirrors. Our trucks are outfitted to handle any job. If a 1-Ton Flatbed truck is to big for your needs, we have ¾-Ton rental trucks and ½-Ton rental trucks available.
Transporting building materials
Transporting building materials such as lumber, scaffolding, concrete, steel beams, or bricks can be quite the challenge. Flatbed trucks are highly practical for these situations because they are easily loaded and unloaded by crane or even by hand if the materials are capable of being lifted. If trusses are utilized, some materials can hang over the edge of the truck, allowing for easier transportation.
Flatbeds are frequently used for hauling tractors, construction equipment, military equipment and other heavy machinery. In rural areas, it is not uncommon to see a flatbed truck hauling farm equipment. Flatbeds can also haul passenger vehicles to job sites..
Tire bales are used to help eliminate the waste of tires and find new uses for tires that can no longer be used. These tire bales are compressed tires that get banded together with wire and repurposed for other uses, such as road fill, construction, erosion control, terraces, retaining walls and more. Flatbed trucks are an ideal means of transporting tires because of their size and weight—a single bale usually contains 100 tires, and can weigh a ton or more.
Transporting scraps from job sites
Construction companies, builders and other industries often rent or hire a flatbed service to remove wood, concrete, scrap metal, and other construction materials from a job site. The materials are often taken to recycling facilities, where they can be sold and repurposed. They are even sometimes directly purchased by other builders or companies. Flatbed trucks load and unload much easier than other trucks, which makes them ideal for hauling scrap materials away from job sites..
Landscaping companies have found flatbed transportation carriers to be a critical part of their day to day operations. These trucks are ideal for hauling large items such as landscaping tools, oversized trees, and various sizes of timber that can become challenging with other trucks. Flatbed trucks are ideal when it comes to hauling these items. Most flatbed trucks have a bed length of 12 to 20 feet. Combined with the absence of sides and a roof makes it possible to haul just about any object. Landscapers can easily remove trees and other waste products such as yard scraps and tree trimmings from the worksite.
Other hauling needs
Pretty much anything you need to be hauled can be transported on a flatbed truck.