Freedom Heavy Haul can help with any sized Heavy Hauling jobs to or from the great state of Troy Pennsylvania or anywhere within the USA.
Troy is a small town located in Pennsylvania. The population is just over 3,000 people and it has a quaint downtown area with businesses that are still in operation from when the town was founded in 1812. Troy is known for its annual Troy Apple Festival held in the fall, which features apple cider doughnuts, apple pies, and more.
Troy, Pennsylvania, is a city in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The population was 20,505 at the 2010 census. Troy is known as the "Glass Capital of the World" because it is home to over two dozen glass companies. Troy also has a large industrial base and is home to several automotive assembly plants. The city's history dates back to 1796 and it was once a major center of coal mining and iron production.
Arrange a heavy haul shipment with Freedom Heavy Haul, as well as you'll be amazed at just how easy it is! All you have to do is enter your get in touch with and also delivery details right into our on-line form. Or consider that info to among our dedicated transportation agents over the phone. Just supply your pickup/delivery postal code as well as the sort of product you need to be moved with measurements.
We focus on aiding you pick the ideal trailer to fit your demands. Our agents have expert understanding regarding flatbed trailers, step-deck trailers, as well as RGN trailers.
Among our professional Heavy Haul Trucking, Transport Hauling, Shipping as well as Moving organizers will collaborate with you to prepare an equipment pick-up day and also time which functions ideal for you. When you deliver your equipment direct with Freedom Heavy Haul, we do our absolute best to work around your schedule!
Depending upon the shipment size, we could fill the exact same day! For bigger shipments, we could need a little more time for journey preparation as well as extra-large permitting. For super lots, a path study may be necessary to identify the provider's route prior to travel. Whatever is needed, we can handle it! One of our specialist Heavy Haul organizers will certainly deal with you to make certain that we pick the very best option to get your task done as swiftly and, most significantly, cost-effectively.
You can contact your heavy haul transporter any time during your delivery to ask inquiries concerning arrival times as well as anything else that might get on your mind. Our heavy haul truckers go through extensive security and also procedural training to make sure that your freight is risk-free every step of the way! You or someone you designate will conduct a final delivery inspection, validate a Bill of Lading, and you're done!
Heavy Hauling is complex, and you must only trust someone with the correct understanding and experience. Call Freedom Heavy Haul today.
Troy, Pennsylvania is an historic city located in Schuylkill County. The population was 9,812 at the 2010 census. Troy is known for its architecture and history, including the Battle of Blue Licks and the American Civil War. The city is also home to the University of Phoenix Troy Campus.
Pennsylvania is nearly 280 miles long and only 170 miles wide.Â Pennsylvania has more than 120,000 miles of roadways, including nearly 2,000 miles of interstate. I-80 runs east/west across the middle of the state, between New Jersey and Ohio. I-75 runs diagonally between New Jersey and Virginia in the southeast portion of the state. I-81 runs north/south in eastern Pennsylvania, while I-79 travels north/south in the western portion of the state.
With more than 1 1/2 million people, Philadelphia is by far the largest city in Pennsylvania. The second largest city in the state, Pittsburgh, has a little more than 300,000 residents. Valencia, which more than doubled in population between 2010 and 2018, is the fastest growing large city in the state. The 10 largest cities in Pennsylvania are:
Non-divisible loads that exceed the stateâ€™s legal restrictions for weight, height, width and length must apply for oversize permits to travel in Pennsylvania. The dimensional maximums established by the state are roughly the same as most other states, including those in the northeast and midwest. Some roads are restricted to 8-feet in height.
Dimensional restrictions in the state of Pennsylvania include:
Maximum weight: 80,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW);
Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;
Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.
Pennsylvania, a big trucking state, allows a little bit longer loads on interstates and four-lane roads than most states. On undivided roads, the maximum length is 60 feet. Youâ€™re allowed a six-foot overhang in the rear and a four-foot overhang in the front.
Trailer length maximums in Pennsylvania include:
Total length: 70 feet;
Trailer length: 53 feet;
Motor home length: 45 feet.
Permits to transport oversize loads in Pennsylvania can be obtained from the state Department of Transportation. The transport of loads that exceed the stateâ€™s dimensional maximums is restricted to between sunrise and sunset on weekdays. Oversize loads can be shipped from sunrise until noon on Saturday. Sundays and major holidays are blacked out.
Youâ€™ll need 7-foot-long banners with 18-inch letters displayed on the front and back of the transport vehicle. Red or orange flags must be attached to all four corners of the transport vehicle. The maximum dimensions allowed to qualify as an oversize load in Pennsylvania include:
Maximum Weight:Â 200,000 pounds;
Maximum Length: 160 feet total;
Maximum Height: 16 feet;
Maximum Width: 16 feet.
Turn to Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your equipment to or from any auction house in Pennsylvania. Richie Brothers maintains multiple offices in the state, including one in Sinking Spring outside of Philadelphia. Hess Auction Group also has a number of locations in the state, and J.J. Kane has an office in Plymouth Meeting. Yoder & Frey is located in Darlington ad Alex Lyons & Sons can be found in Lebanon.
Other popular equipment auction houses in Pennsylvania include:
Contact Freedom Heavy Haul about transporting your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in Pennsylvania. Sunbelt Rentals has nearly 20 stores in Pennsylvania, including five each in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas. Likewise, United Rentals has almost 20 stores spread throughout the state, with a trench-safety location in Quakertown.
Other major equipment rental centers in Pennsylvania include: