For construction companies, equipment rental firms and floor installers, the benefits of owning a floor scraper are straightforward. A good floor scraper does the work of five to 10 workers, significantly minimizing the time spent on floor removal and the overall project timeline. It also frees up workers for other tasks.
Because of the wide range of jobs and site conditions a contractor works on, choosing the right equipment can be difficult, but there are a few simple things to consider when purchasing a floor scraper. The first is that bigger doesn’t always mean better. A larger and heavier machine will not necessarily deliver better quality and efficiency; that’s something only good design engineering will achieve. However, there are a few size and weight considerations to keep in mind.