Crane Service Team Called In To Do Some Heavy Lifting
A local building owner in Leesburg, VA, was searching for a reliable crane service operator to do some heavy lifting for him. After doing some thorough research, he decided to reach out to the team at Road Runner Wrecker Service. Yes, you read that right! On top of quality towing, repair, and recovery services, Road Runner also offers their customers safe and affordable crane services!
The building owner had ordered five new air conditioning units for his two story building. While the company he purchased them from were able to deliver it to him, they had no way to get the heavy units onto the roof! This is where our crane service operator, Bo, came to the rescue. Using a powerful 60 ton rotator, Bo carefully lowered the air conditioning units down from the roof.
Safety was of the utmost importance; having an air conditioning unit plummeting two stories down would be a catastrophe! This is why Bo took his time in carefully placing the straps around the air conditioning units. By crossing them underneath the unit, he created a stable platform for them during the lift. Once all five of the old units were safely on the ground, it was time to lift the brand new ones up to the roof!
After less than two hours, Bo had successfully lowered the 5 old units and lifted the 5 new units onto the roof! Fantastic work out there!
Details of Crane Service Team Called In To Do Some Heavy Lifting
A local building owner in Leesburg, VA, called Road Runner Wrecker Service as he was in need of a crane service team. The building owner scheduled a time for the crane service team to do the job. The crane service team was dispatched to the location of the building. The crane service team arrived at the building and assessed the situation.
The building was two stories high and had a flat roof. The building owner required the crane service team to lower five old air conditioning units from the top of the roof. Once the five units were lowered, he would then need the crane service team to lift five new air conditioning units to the top of the roof.
Using a 60 ton rotator, the crane service team got to work. They carefully crossed two 12 foot long straps underneath each air conditioning unit. The crane service team then lifted each air conditioning unit individually, with the straps supporting them. The crane service team slowly lowered each air conditioning unit to the ground.
The crane service team then repeated the same process in order to lift the new units onto the roof. By crossing the straps underneath each air conditioning unit, the crane service team provided a stable platform during the lift. One by one, the crane service team lifted the five air conditioning units to the top of the two story roof. The crane service team successfully completed the job within 2 hours!