Sussex Skid Steer Digger Hire

MD Digger Hire Sussex rents skid steer loaders throughout the Sussex region and surrounding areas for businesses, and private individuals. Our lightweight excavators and skid steers are specially designed to handle smaller jobs that require easier access. For gardening and small construction projects that need access within a restricted area, it would be ideally suited. Skid steer Diggers can help highly suited and economically to handle the process of major projects.

Since it is built with a compact nature, the skid steer loader makes operating and moving around simple. For all customers with access issues, skid steer diggers are suitable as they fit through openings up to 700 millimetres, which makes them superb for access problems.

Multiple Day Digger Hire Discounts

We have a regular daily rate, but we give considerable discounts for customers who need our diggers for a week and more usage. MD digger hire Sussex is renowned within the industry for offering some of the very best and affordable digger rental quotes.


Back Up Service For Our Modern Excavators

Generally, as their warranties expire, we replace our diggers and if not, our diggers are kept in top condition to ensure the very highest service quality. On occasion, a fault will occur, and in this situation, our engineers aim to be on site within one working day to repair or arrange for a replacement.

Free Day, If Not Delivered Within Your 60 Minute Booked Window

We recognise that as our customers work on price, a running construction site has to function like a well oiled machine, time is absolutely everything. If we do not get there in the agreed 1-hour time slots for delivery, then the digger is free for that day.


Why Are Our Affordable Skid Steer Loader Rentals Perfect For Clients From Sussex?

Our skid steer loaders are extremely flexible and can be used for a number of reasons. If you need to manage footings, drainage, general patios, landscapes, water mains, dig out gas, driveways, patios, equestrians rings, shuttering, parking lots, soakaways, drains, reservoirs, swimming pools, removal of tree root and walls.


When It Comes To Skid Steer Loader Hire In Sussex, Timing Is Everything

We recognise the value of timeliness after having worked in the construction industry. MD Digger Hire Sussex is committed to ensuring that your Skid Steer loader is obtained on time so that you can begin work. The customer is assured of getting the skid steer loader on time, or they will not have to pay for the day. We will give the customer a free rental day if we fail to turn up within the allocated 1 hour period.


Long-term Skid Steer Loader Hire Discounts

It's a good idea to sometimes hire a skid steer loader on a long-term basis, so please contact our customer service to ask about any discounts we can offer.


What Diggers We Provide In The Sussex Area

In Sussex, MD Digger Hire has an extensive and growing list of diggers to choose from. Our Digger options range from Micro Diggers to Skid Steers, everywhere.

Micro Diggers

When hand labour seems like it is the only option, micro diggers are great for getting access to difficult work sites. You can work and navigate narrower passage ways in tight conditions. Zero Tail Swing provides better slewing and depositing spoil flexibility and is the most protected against any obstacles that you may encounter on site.

Skid Steer Loaders

Bobcat manufactured the first skid steer loader in the world, and over the last 60 years, the company has built a reputation for quality, performance and reliability. Each Bobcat skid-steer model, attached with Bobcat attachments, becomes a powerful instrument on the work site. You'll notice how significantly improved this machine is the first time you step into the cab. In every way, this instrument is designed to raise the bar, delivering better productivity where it counts.


Mini Diggers

When you really need it, a compact mini excavator delivers the power you need from a small machine. Every machine we provide our customers gives you more control over the work you do for superior comfort and the highest levels of accuracy in the industry. You are able to bring your productivity to the next level with this compact machine.

What Are The Skid Steer Loader Manufacturers That We Rent Out?

Currently we are stocking models later than 2021 for all of our skid steer loaders. We keep brands including loaders from JCB, Bobcat, Caterpillar, and Hitachi. For Sussex customers, we work with manufacturers whose skid steer loaders excel in their product quality and are backed up with superior service support. When our users have a job to do, we don't want our clients to be kept up.


What Is The Procedure If Your Skid Steer Loader Breaks Down On The Job?

Quite rarely, you can find faults in a skid steer loader, even though we do stock warrantied skid steer diggers. If this happens, our manufacturer back-up will attend the site to fix the machine or provide a replacement as soon as possible, our goal is one working day.


Bobcat and Bobcat tracked Skid Steer loader hire is available throughout Sussex.

MD Digger Hire Sussex rents forestry mulchers, highway patch planers, sweeper collectors, and landscaping equipment, as well as Bobcat Skidsteer and tracked compact loaders with a full complement of attachments to suit all industries. Bobcat skid steer machines and attachments come properly serviced, on schedule, and with a variety of wheel equipment and buckets. Optional lift kits and solid wheels are available. If needed, free on-site consultation. Please contact us today for all of your Bobcat skidsteer and Bobcat tracked loader needs. Avant Tecno 525LPG loaders and Bobcat LPG Gas versions based on the popular 553F series are available for hire. These equipment are perfect for working in tight spaces. Hydraulic breakers, 4/1 and regular buckets, and robust wheels allow these equipment to boost productivity on the job site. Please inquire for more information and rates. Are you looking for Skid Steer Rental in Sussex? Consider giving us a call. Forestry Mulchers and the 1.4m Meri-crusher, which is suitable for brownfield site removal, are offered on Bobcat Tracked Loaders. A FAE SSL/175 66" Mulcher and forestry cutter head with a capacity of up to 8"/200 mm dia is standard on Bobcat T770s with full forestry standards. For woods estate maintenance, shot rides, utility line clearing, golf course management, and SSI sites, these units are suitable. The impact on wildlife and the environment is maintained to a minimum thanks to the powerful engine and low ground pressure of only 4.2 psi. So don't forget to contact us if you need to hire a skid steer in Birmingham.

Sizes and Applications of Skid-Steer Loaders

One of the most versatile pieces of construction equipment is a skid-steer loader. A skid-steer loader may execute a variety of jobs with various attachments, ranging from excavation and grading to demolition and trash disposal to overhead work and lifting. Best of all, its small size allows it to be used indoors and in a variety of settings where larger equipment would be inconvenient. Classification of Skid-Steer Loaders The Associated Equipment Manufacturers classify skid-steer loaders into the following categories based on their rated operating capacity, or ROC:

Weight range: 0 to 1,251 lbs.
The weight ranges from 1,251 to 1,350 pounds.
The weight ranges from 1,351 to 1,600 pounds.
The weight ranges from 1,601 to 1,750 pounds.
Weight ranges from 1,751 to 2,200 lbs.
Weight ranges from 2,201 to 2,700 lbs.
a weight of 2,701 lbs. or more
Skid-steer loaders are likewise divided into three sizes: small, medium, and large.
1,750 kg. frame; less than 50 horsepower Medium frame: 1,750 to 2,200 pounds; 50 to 70 horsepower Over 2,200 lbs. ; over 70 horsepower

What to Look for in a Skid-Steer Loader

Asking few questions about the job site and the task the loader will do can help you choose the proper loader size:

How much space do you have to operate the equipment?
Is the loader intended to be utilised on undeveloped, unpaved land or developed, paved land?
What kinds of cargo will the loader be able to lift or transport?
How far will loads for transporting or dumping be hauled?
Is the skid-steer loader going to be used for drilling, demolishing, hauling, earthwork, sweeping, or something else?

Differences in Skid-Steer Loader Size

A tiny skid-steer loader is the best choice for interior work since it can navigate in tight spaces and drive through narrow hallways. The most popular size of loader used for landscaping, site development, final grading, and adding soil layers over patios, walkways, and other locations is the little loader. Because of their low profile and light weight, they are also used for work on underground parking complexes. Finally, mini loaders are ideal for modest demolition jobs and may be fitted with virtually any hydraulic attachment. A medium-sized skid-steer loader can be employed in a variety of various situations where a small loader would be ineffective. When there isn't enough place for huge backhoes or excavators, or when a digger isn't permitted, this machine can be employed. It has either tyres or tracks and can travel over sidewalks, concrete plazas, asphalt, and manicured areas without rutting the subgrade. Large loaders are ideal for large-scale grading, excavation, drilling, and demolition projects. A huge loader may be moved about the job site without requiring the use of a semi-truck due to its speed and low profile. A huge loader can haul and dump a lot of soil when equipped with hydraulic attachments. It can also be used as a forestry machine and as a telehandler.

Buying a Skid-Steer Loader vs. Renting One

If you're thinking about buying a skid-steer loader, keep the following points in mind:

How long are you planning on using the skid-steer loader?
What will the terms of your project be?
What's the difference between ice, snow, sand, and mud?
Are there any unique financial or licencing considerations?
What is the expected cost of maintenance and operation, including the cost of hiring an operator?
What kind of add-ons do you think you'll need?
Will you be using this equipment on a frequent basis in the future?
Is it possible to rent it out if not?


For several different working conditions, including landscaping, driveways, houses and commercial buildings, diggers are contracted out. For our diggers, we stock a complete complement of accessories to allow our customers to cater to all eventualities they can face in each job they may be working on.

We supply digging buckets for excavation ranging from 12 " to 24 ", a 39 " digging bucket for grading and an 18' clay bucket for digging in clay areas where it is very sticky, which will keep clay from sticking to it.

Tilt buckets

 Bobcat HB380 Breaker

 12” Digging Bucket

 24” Digging Bucket

 39” Grading Bucket

 18” Clay Bucket

 Quick Hitch Buckets

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