Our construction equipment rental team is ready to talk with you about your specific Trash Chute requirements anywhere in the United States.
No matter how difficult your job is, United Hoist is equipped to provide a turnkey solution to keep your project on track.
What We Do
There is a chute rental setup for you regardless of size and type of construction project.
Nationwide Rental Services
Our trusted construction trash chute rental solutions are available nationwide even reaching as far as the Caribbean and parts of the Americas.
With a lower carbon footprint, we use equipment that is duty efficient and supports our company culture of eco-consciousness.
Construction Chute Equipment
Free up hoist and crane from additional work by using a chute for the transfer and removal of construction trash and debris from any height.
UHEI utilizes OSHA compliant Steel and Poly Chutes, designed to effectively discard materials to a specified dumpster.
We specialize in “weird” projects. These include buildings that aren’t straight up, or need a build out with scaffolding with an attached hoist and ramps that lead back to the building. The more difficult the job, the better suited we are to provide a solution! Back structure is another area where our solutions shine.
Construction Chute Rentals
Our knowledgeable staff and technician can assist you in selecting the right coat-effective, easy-to-assemble chute for your project whether its a Poly Chute or a Steel Chute.
Poly Chutes are used mostly for renovations where a window opening is used to eliminate debris.
Steel Chutes are mostly used for new construction where a floor mount is utilized during trash and debris removal. It can be custom fabricated for specific projects.
OSHA Compliant Construction Chutes
- Trash chutes
- Debris chutes
- Steel & Poly Trash Chutes
- Frees hoist and crane to do more important work
- Debris Chutes keeps job site clean & safe
- Trash chutes are Cost-effective
- Easy Assembly Chutes
- OSHA Compliant
- Work 24/7 no workers comp
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Frequently Asked Questions
We've collected some of the most popular questions asked and created a list of FAQs to better serve you. If your question is not listed, feel free to get in touch with one of our team members so we can help.
What size do hoists come in?
- 5x12 (Actually 5 x 13)
How do they attach to the building?
With a series of structural tie backs that are anchored to the structure.
Who operates them?
UHEI will orientate GC appointed "competent" operators. We can also provide operators at an additional cost.
Are the hoists insured?
General Contractors are required to supply property damage insurance for job-specific equipment.
UHEI can supply needed insurance for equipment at an additional cost.
Are the operators insured?
Operators provided by UHEI are covered under our GL and WC policies.
Operators provided by the General Contractor should be covered under their GL and WC policies.
What happens if the hoist breaks?
UHEI will provide an invoice, or if the General contractor participates in an online program, like Procure or Textura, we will submit Pay Applications using those programs. UHEI accepts Checks and Wire Transfers for payment.
Is there a deposit?
Yes. UHEI requires a Non Refundable Deposit of $10K per hoist car, and 50% of the optional items.
Is there any retainage?
UHEI does not allow retainage to be held from their payments.
Is there a minimal rental?
The minimal rental is established within the rental agreement.
Do I have to clean the hoist?
We understand the hoist is used on a construction site and will become dirty. However, excessive concrete splatter, blowouts, and dumping of concrete must be cleared off. UHEI at the end of the contract, and upon receiving the equipment at our yard, will generate an invoice of what it will cost to return the equipment to rentable condition. It will be deducted from the Non-Refundable Deposit.
Do I have to do any maintenance on the hoist?
The General Contractor