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Budgeting for a Crusher? Should you Invest in a Crusher or Rent a Crusher?

Should you look at the overall budget or is it more important to focus on the return on your investment? Listen to what Bob with Rebel Crusher has to say on this important topic.

 

Hey welcome back to Rebel Crusher. I’m Bob and we’re going to be answering your questions about crushing material whether it’s concrete, asphalt, brick, any waste product. 

 

So, today it looks like we have Jennifer from Wisconsin and Jennifer’s question is I have a specific budget in mind, can you meet my budget?

 

Okay. Well we probably have a product that would meet your budget but more importantly Jen I would say are you getting the right machine? You know, what are your needs, right? You want to focus on not so much your budget but what’s the right machine’s going to make or save you money, right? At the end of the day it’s all about your return on your investment. Not necessarily the lowest investment, okay? It’s more about making sure that you get the right machine for your business, correct? So, whether that’s something that is huge, if you’ve got massive amounts of material or you need something really, really small because you’re just a homebuilder and from time to time you’re cleaning up a little bit of debris. The average person will gravitate towards the Rebel Crusher because it’s a medium size system, it’s affordable, it’s 50 states legal, weighs less than 20 tons, has a huge feed opening, makes beautiful products and that just gives you that versatility and mobility to do basically anything you want to do. 

 

Yes, it may be a little bit more than some other things out on the market but I would tend to focus rather than on a budget making sure that whatever investment you’re making makes sense for your business. Again, I’d focus on the ROI, the return on your investment. That’s what you want to look at, that’s how I would look at any machine I was purchasing. 

 

So, I hope that answers your question and feel free to call us with more details and everything about your business and we can dive right into that for you make sure we’re providing you with the right unit, okay? Thank you very much. 

 

Recycling Concrete, Recycling Construction Materials. How to make Money Crushing.

Recycling is becoming more popular than ever. How can you make money recycling concrete and construction waste? Make money crushing.  Take a look as Bob of RR Equipment explains the process.

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This is Rebel Crusher Q and A. I’m Bob. And today we’re gonna be taking questions whether you call in or e-mail regarding your needs whether you’re processing concrete, asphalt, rocks. Basically, we’re here to answer any of your questions and it looks like we have an e-mail today from Rick in New York and Rick’s e-mail says, how much money could I make or save if I’m recycling concrete?

So, Rick, great question. It does have a lot to do with where you’re located. So, you know I would look at the New York rates for what crushed concrete is selling for. Possibly as a barometer you’d look at the price of crushed stone in your area and that would give you a general idea what you can expect to make if you’re crushing concrete. In general, we want to make sure you’re making the right products, right? Because it doesn’t do any good to make the wrong product whether it’s fast or slow. So, we want to make sure we’re making the product that’s in demand. So, once we’re doing that then typically I mean just give you a nationwide average; average clients let’s say run in the Rebel Crusher are going to generate $500 to $1,000 an hour. Okay. So, you figure on the low end $500 an hour, 8-hour day; $,4,000 a day, 5 days a week, $20,000 a week, okay? So, it’s obviously a license to steal. Now, yes, there are definitely considerations that go beyond just the gross profit, gross number, right? You want to look at you know what are all your costs? But at the end of the day the costs are significantly less than $,4,000 a day. Typically, the number one costs to run the Rebel is fuel. It costs you about $21 an hour. If you’re grossing 500 plus an hour you know it really doesn’t make that much of a difference. Yes, you can look at all the other factors, you know your labor costs, the loader that’s feeding it, your monthly payment but it’s so healthy, so profitable that you really don’t have to focus on that as much as you have to focus on where am I getting the material from and basically you know where is my market? Who am I going to sell it to?

So, but if you have those things lined up, you can use the broad strokes around $4,000 $5,000 a day gross and you know that would answer your question, how much money can I make? As far as saving money I’d be looking at your landfill costs, how much is it costing you to haul away? Your trucking fees. These are all things that factor in and basically that’s gravy for you. You know your potential savings okay is just gravy on what you’re actually going to sell the material for.

So, we do want to look at you in particular, so call us, e-mail us so that you know we can dive into your particular situation and hone in on you know is the Rebel the right machine for you. But I mean we’ve got them all over New York and everybody in the New York area is making money with it. They’re very happy. So, it’s probably the perfect machine for you. But give us a call. Great question. Look forward to hear from you. Thanks Rick.

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