Saint Charles, MO (PressExposure) May 24, 2011 -- The Surveying Equipment Store, which specializes in supplying measurement solutions for the surveying, construction and civil engineering industries, has launched their e-commerce price comparison site. Owner Greg Ericsson was happy to provide some details, "At The Surveying Equipment Store our objective is to offer our customers a superior price comparison shopping experience so that they can acquire the surveying and construction measurement equipment they require for their businesses at competitive and affordable prices. The construction industry in particular has been hit hard by the recession and we've found that any chance businesses working in the industry get to save money on the equipment they need to get their work done is appreciated. We offer a wide variety of surveying equipment including total stations (robotic and reflectorless), digital and electronic theodolites, automatic levels, rotary lasers, laser distance meters and pipe lasers. We only carry equipment that's manufactured by leaders in the surveying equipment industry including CST/berger, Nikon, Hilti, Topcon, Fluke, Bosch, DeWalt, Leica, Stabila, Agatec, Johnson Level, David White, Spectra Precision and Northwest. All of the equipment you'll find at The Surveying Equipment Store is of the highest quality. Our goal is to offer absolutely nothing but the best equipment on the market. We know that when it comes to doing a job right that nothing less than the best equipment and tools will suffice. And in addition to brand new equipment we also offer preowned equipment for companies that require an even more affordable solution."
Mr. Ericsson also had this to say, "We encourage anyone and everyone looking for surveying equipment to visit our site to check out all of the top quality equipment that we have to offer. We're certain that once they see our selection and prices they'll realize that we offer a superior, one-stop solution for purchasing the highest quality surveying measurement and analysis tools on the market today."