Are you needing to attach a trailer to your vehicle, but having a hard time figuring how to do so properly? No, worries! With these easy tips from Time Equipment Rental & Sales, trailer hitch installation will be a breeze.
A great way to practice organic lawn care and have lush green grass yearlong is to have a compost lawn. Instead of adding chemicals to your lawn go the organic lawn care way, two or three times yearly, to have the best lawn in your neighborhood. Compost, which can easily be made from scraps from your kitchen, is filled with excellent nutrients that regular fertilizers do not possess. A compost lawn has other benefits including that it will not smell like chemical based fertilizer or manure, it will not burn your grass since it is all natural, and it does not run the risk of staining sidewalk or concrete. Following these easy steps to create a compost lawn will help you achieve excellent organic lawn care.
According to the Farmer’s Almanac this winter is sure be one filled with shivers and snowmen! Winter in the Black Hills is forecasted to have piercing low temperatures and banks of snow throughout the season. Don’t be stuck at home because you don’t have the means to plow through your driveway.
If there’s one thing folks love more than their trucks, it’s customizing their trucks. We’ve been selling truck accessories since the 80s; so when we talk about trucks, chances are it’s worth a listen. Not sure what truck accessories you need? If you saw our display at the Central States Fair in Rapid City this year, then you have a pretty good idea of what we have to offer. If you’re looking for something specific you can stop by our store and talk with one of our knowledgeable staff members who will help you find what you need for your truck, SUV, or ATV.
In the meantime, here’s some advice on some of our most popular truck accessories:
Generally, a going-green initiative is a program that works to create a culture of environmentally-based responsibility, decisions, and lifestyles.
Included in this ecologically-friendly lifestyle are not only businesses, architecture, and technology; but also eco-conscious landscaping. Incorporating eco-conscious garden design can help save energy, water and contamination. Time Equipment offers a few suggestions to create a plant and landscape design that can reduce your environmental footprint.
Nearly everyone has a lawn they need to mow. From rural, suburban, and urban, to large, medium, and small, lawns come in all shapes and sizes. Time Equipment’s easy lawn care tips, however, are applicable to just about every property. Summer lawn care can be particularly tricky, due to lack of moisture (or overzealous mowing)! Read on to learn how a bit of preparation, planning, and awareness can keep your lawn (and wallet) greener and healthier. There’s a bit of investment here, too, but in the long run these practices can actually save you money!
If you’re a rancher in South Dakota, there’s no doubt in your mind that maintaining your property can be a heck of a chore- whether it’s barn or outbuilding maintenance; fixing up the area around your house; or landscaping of your personal property such as lawns, roads, and fences. Chores like these can get lost in the background as you struggle to put up hay, rotate pastures, and care for stock. Or perhaps you’d rather spend your time building a new arena. Can’t say anybody would blame you!
Today’s brides are all about coming up with fun, unique, and inexpensive ideas for treating their wedding guests with something special. For example, some will use an arrangement of tiny, potted flowers, plants, or succulents to double as both reception table centerpieces and take-home gifts for guests. This is just the beginning—there are many economic and unique ideas for wedding receptions out there. Today, Time Equipment Rental and Sales of Rapid City is talking about DIY wedding reception menus, drinks, and treats… ways to both save and impress!
Summertime is about baseball games, camping trips, days at the lake, and barbeques in the backyard. It’s about roasting marshmallows around the fire, spending the day soaking up some vitamin D at the municipal pool, eating your ice-cream cone before it melts all over the sidewalk, and sipping lemonade on the back deck as the crickets begin to sing. Amidst all these other miniature summertime revelries, we all must admit—summer is a time to party.
There’s much to think about in the months between the day of your happy engagement and those cheerful toasting words and clinging champagne glasses at the end of a perfectly planned wedding day. Perhaps ceremony and reception safety aren’t at the top of your priority list. After all, what’s the worst that could happen?
Once spring has officially sprung, the arrival of warmer weather indicates the perfect time to cultivate your outdoor space. You’ve been dreaming up a front and backyard wonderland through the cold, snowy months. Now, with spring and summer temps on the horizon, it’s time to start turning those imaginings into realities!
When you’re a rancher in the great state of South Dakota, the amount of work that’s necessary for success seems to trail off into the horizon with no end in sight. South Dakota ranchers wake up in the morning with a very specific mission: to put food on the dining tables of the masses… to feed residents in and out of state lines with quality proteins in the form of beef and buffalo.
Every year, altar-ready couples typically get engaged between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day. This time period is known as “engagement season,” and it comes at an appropriate point before “wedding season” to allow for the months of planning that go into throwing a successful wedding event.
The end of one summer season is the perfect time to begin planning for the next. In order to have that backyard concrete patio ready for a grill and fire pit by June 2013, start your project in the fall when the weather is cool and the air is dry. If you wait until spring, you run the risk of damaging late-in-the-season snowfall on a freshly poured concrete surface.
This time of year is always marked by a sudden mass migration of the deer populations from the thick of the forest to the open, lit-up spaces of towns, yards, and roads. It’s also signaled by a sudden increase in car-deer accidents. In the midst of their breeding season, and in need of sustenance rich in carbohydrates, this increased activity and search for specific food sources brings the deer out and about—which in turn becomes a hazard for other entities using the roads. With the fall season well underway, motorists are urged to watch closely for deer and other wildlife on roadways.