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Happy Australia Day!

We’ve gone to the beach! We’re not at work today due to the Australia Day public holiday. All going to plan most of us will be at the beach, in the pool (or under the sprinkler) or in the air-con at the movies. Happy Australia Day to all of our customers. See you tomorrow.

Transfer Pump Increases Pumping Capacity

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] transfer pump, which we make available as a Transfer Pump Unit for a single up front hire rate in our Equipment Catalogue, is a new addition to the pump range at Centenary Hire. Although it looks similar to existing pumps in our range, here’s what has got everybody talking.

Concrete Saw New Model Now Available

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] concrete saw, which we list as a demolition saw in our Equipment Catalogue, is not a new product at Centenary Hire, but we are excited about the new Stihl TS500i models which hit the shelves just before Christmas. Here’s why …

Scissor Lift Options Expanded

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e listened to your requests for a scissor lift which you can tow away behind your own vehicle and now here it is! Sparing no expense, it also comes with it’s own custom built compact trailer for ease of travelling, parking and loading/unloading.

Make the most of your equipment hire

How to maximise your equipment hire & minimise your spend! [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hether you’re a tradie or a DIY weekend warrior, chances are at some stage you’re going need hire equipment to start or finish a job and that’s where Centenary Hire can help. With an equipment hire range that includes more than 200 different types of tools, machinery...
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A Quick Guide to Laying Pavers

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f you’ve got a paving project planned, it is important that you pay particular attention to the ground beneath pavers and ensure it properly prepared in order to provide a stable base. Otherwise, once the paving installation is complete, it may shift – leading to uneven paving cracking, movement and a number of other issues.

Spring has Sprung – It’s time to Clean Up at Home

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]pring has finally sprung and with the weather now feeling lovely and warm it’s time to attempt a few tasks that you may have been putting off since Winter. To-do-lists will often include cleaning outdoor entertaining areas, paths around the home, driveways and even the house walls or roof. If you have any, or dare I say it,...
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Demolition: You just need a bigger hammer… Right?

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]any people have tried their hand a building or creating things, but what about the flip side? For example, when the job calls for some demolition work such as removing a footpath, knocking out bricks or breaking up anything which is built from concrete, brick or even metal for that matter. Not many people have the...
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How to Approach Floor Preparation with a Concrete Base

[dropcap]C[/dropcap]hanging a floor covering can be a tedious and challenging process for someone with limited experience and the wrong tools. As with many other restoration and improvement projects, the key to achieving professional looking results is to use the same equipment the pros use. With that said, let’s look at some of the tools and techniques that professionals...
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