The Finning Start-Up Guide: How To Choose Your Landscaping Equipment

26 July 2022

Growing your landscaping fleet can be a tall task. The features and functions of machines and attachments need to be clearly understood in order to maximize return on your investment and job site efficiency.

Having high-quality and reliable equipment is essential to find and maintain success in the landscaping industry. Access to the right equipment allows you to execute projects on time and on budget. But, with a vast selection of equipment and specialized attachments to choose from, the selection process can overwhelm any buyer, especially those just starting out.

As heavy equipment experts, Finning wants to empower you with the knowledge that will transform you into an informed buyer (or renter). And, since there are dozens of work tools to choose from, we created this buyer’s guide to help you find the right pieces for any earthmoving task.


This start-up guide will help you decide what landscaping equipment and attachments to buy or rent for maximum productivity. It will also uncover some of the reasons why owning equipment makes sense for landscaping companies and tips on how to buy from a Finning store near you.

View this whitepaper to uncover:

  • The top equipment for landscaping companies, big and small
  • The top equipment attachments for landscaping companies
  • Tips on using landscaping equipment and attachments
  • Key product specifications
  • When to buy and when to rent equipment
  • Advice for buying new vs. used equipment

Get full value for your landscaping equipment and attachment investments by considering these key buying details. When you’re ready, Finning has the expertise and support to get you the right machine at the right price.

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Finning is the world's largest Caterpillar dealer, selling, renting and providing parts and service for equipment and engines to customers across diverse industries, including mining, construction, petroleum, forestry and a wide range of power systems applications. We operate in Western Canada, South America, and UK and Ireland.