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Before Getting Started

It's critical to make a list of your equipment requirements and desires before heading out the door to begin shopping. This list should be included in your business strategy, and it should be updated and revised as your company expands.


In an ideal world, you would buy all of your company equipment brand new. When you're dealing with a tight budget, though, this isn't always achievable. For small businesses there is something called Section 179. Businesses can deduct costs for equipment, cars, and other comparable assets under the tax code. There are a lot of subtleties to how the deduction works.

Business Categories & Resources

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The Home Depot

Building Materials

Roofing, Siding, Doors & Windows, Flooring, Insulation, Sheetrock, Hardware, Paint, Decking, Cement & Concrete, Stone, Plywood, and more.

Williams Equipment

Construction Equipment & Supplies

Sprayers, Aerial Work Platforms, Compressors, Apparel, Safety Equipment, Ladders, Air Tools, and Hand Tools.


Legal Assistance

Family Law, Child Custody, Alimony, Property Division, Child Support, Lawyers, Attorneys, and Counsel.

Office Depot

Office Supplies

Copy Machines, Office Furniture, Fax Machines, Paper & Pens, File Cabinets, Desks, and Chairs.

All Industrial

Industrial Tools

Abrasives, Grinders, Cutting Tools, Drilling Tools, Lasers & Marking Devices, Power Tools, Welding Equipment, Precision Tools, and Woodworking.

Pivot International

Manufacturing Services

Job Shops, Contract Manufacturing, Engineering, Metalworking, Machining, Castings, Rubber & Plastic Molding, Glass Fabricating, and Facility Maintenance.


frequently asked questions

A decent price on equipment isn't worth much if it begins to break down regularly or doesn't meet your operating demands. While cost is vital when determining what to buy, quality and reliability should take precedence.

Consider the time to invest in a great business card. A business card serves as a reminder of your services and contact information. That small bit of paper has a lot of power behind it.

Your online day planner provides notifications to you for your to-do list, but nothing beats a large fill-in-the-line calendar for keeping track of your objectives and appointments.

Technology and software can be a worthy investment. Make a list of every duty that each person performs, then look for tools that may help you move from adequate to great performance.