Enddump, Dump Truck, Belly Dump

Fill dirt/Topsoil Service
Diehls Trucking Service Inc. 
Has the Dump trucks, Enddumps, and Belly dumps to get the job done. Our team of highly trained drivers will deliver your Aggregate Sand, Gravel, Rock, Millings and/or Heavy equipment Safe and on Time. Give us a Call we would be Glad to Help. 
Thank you, Have a blessed day.
Dump Truck Services
Lowboy Services Intrastate Kansas
Fill dirt for development projects.
Topsoil, Dump Truck
Enddump Services, Commercial or Residential Demolition

Demolition; Salina Area Technical College/Big Blue

Big Blue Salina, Ks

Congratulations! to Staton Diehl with Diehl Enterprise Inc. Staton Diehl is the demolition contractor awarded the demo project for Salina Area Technical College “big blue.” Kaleb Diehl with Diehls Trucking Service Inc. will be supplying the Enddump Service for the demo project.

Let’s take a look inside


“We are honored to have the privilege to demo Big Blue,” Thank you

About; Demolition Permits Commercial or Residential

Do I need a demolition permit?

A demolition permit is needed if you are wrecking or removing/disturbing any load supporting or load bearing structural member of the building or support walls.

Residential Demolition Permits

Is required for the demolition of a residential building with four or less dwelling units (includes garages and sheds).

Residential, Single Story

Commercial Demolition Permits

Are required for the demolition of a commercial, industrial, healthcare, school or residential structure.

How long does it take to get my permit application approved?

Once received, in most cases permit applications will be reviewed and approved within 48 hours after receiving it. Although applications must be submitted 10 business days before the start date.

How long is a permit valid for?

A permit can be valid for up to 30 calendar days.

Can a homeowner demo their own structure?

Yes in some States. You’ll have to check with your city of the state you live in for homeowners permit to demo.


Most information asked on permits.

Demolition permit application’s are different in many City and States. Some acquire more detailed information then others.

Asbestos Inspection Report OR Asbestos Permit number (if abated). If the structure was built after 1982, the asbestos inspection report could be waived. Applicant must provide documentation showing proof of construction date such as building permit, deed, appraisal date, etc.;

Survey/Photographs of Structures to be demolished.

Only for Emergency Demolitions Variance/emergency Documentation (if applicable). exempt from waiting for the demo permit if in emergency.

Heavy Equipment Dangers

Heavy Equipment• ☆Danger Zones

Blind Spots• ☆Dangers☆

If you can’t See the Operator. They can’t See you.

Always make Eye Contact with the Operator

Rotating Machinery• ☆Dangers☆

Boom Arm and Tail Swing radius

Track path Forward and Backwards

Overhead Hazards• ☆Dangers☆

Overhead utility lines, overhead piping, and cable trays, etc.

WorkingOver• ☆Dangers☆

or around existing underground Basements Can be extremely dangerous

Personal, Protective, Equipment=(PPE) “Safety Above All”

Bad Incidences!!

Operating heavy equipment can be extremely dangerous, always take time to know your machine. And have proper training and knowledge on how to operate your Heavy Equipment.

End Dumps, Tips Before you Buy

When you are in the market for a bottom dump, side , or end dump trailer to support your hauling needs, consider these key factors before making your purchase, including the differences between trailers, what they haul, and the benefits and limitations of each one.

An end dump trailer unloads by lifting its dump box into the air and dumping from the back gate. End dumps typically have higher sides than belly and side dumps, which give them greater capacity to handle larger loads for greater payloads.

Beware when opening the trailer door. Debri can be lodged, applying pressure on the door and may spring open and injury you or anybody standing near.
WATCH!! The Trees Fall Out Awesome.

Operating an Excavator, Skills & Tips

Operating modes

Productivity can be enhanced by taking advantage of an excavator’s operating modes. Fine grading mode or throttle position mode. These automatic settings optimize both the speed of the engine and hydraulic settings some jobs can take more power than others. Read the equipments owner’s manual for operating instructions. Before you operate the excavator!!!

Positioning for loading trucks

One of the most common mistakes is failing to plan where to put your Demolition Debri. Blocking yourself in can result in moving material more times than necessary. Take time to Visualize how the job will progress to avoid boxing the machine in between Obstacles or the Demolition Debri, or limiting your reach. Causing your productivity to slow down, in the end costing you and your Customer time and money.

Visualize what part of the structure you want to start on and how you’re going to load your trucks.
Building demos quickly, doesn’t take long with the power of an excavator.

Amazing Pictures, Heavy Equipment & Demolition Structures

Tearing things up with a Excavator!!

Operating heavy equipment  takes expertise and knowledge. These machines can be very dangerous if you do not know how to operate them. There are schools out there that can train you to operate heavy equipment. Going through classes attends to get companies to look at you faster for hire.

Dad Laws, Require them to say this before it’s time to leave

Let’s rock and roll

Let’s skedaddle

Saddle up Partners Let’s Roll

Let’s get the heck out of Dodge

let’s blow this Popsicle stand

let’s hit the road

Let’s get moving like a herd of turtles

Let’s hightail out of here

Let’s hit the road Jack

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