Who Buys a Backhoe?
A Backhoe is officially called a Backhoe Loader but among the general public it is commonly referred to as a Digger. According to Wikipedia, a backhoe is “a heavy equipment vehicle that consists of a tractor- like unit fitted with a loader-style shovel/bucket on the front and a backhoe on the back. Due to its (relatively) small size and versatility, backhoe loaders are very common is urban engineering and small construction projects (such as a building small house, fixing urban roads, etc.)”
So, you’ve got one eh? Need to unload it? Sorry, it just had to be said! But seriously, someone else needs that backhoe so let’s not let it sit around collecting dust. It might be a construction company, a utility company, an independent farmer, or a road developer. Could you sell it on your own Sure. Would it be a lot of hassle? You bet!
They can come to your location for an appraisal of your backhoe or you can face-time with them while showing them your backhoe and getting all your questions answered. They will be able to pay you cash or sell it on consignment if that is an option you would like to pursue. They also have their own transportation to pick it up from you, whether it is currently running or not. They are interested so it is most definitely worth your time to give them a call.