You’ve got a job only a specialized piece of industrial equipment can tackle, but you don’t have the tool on hand. It’s in your budget to either buy or rent the equipment you need, but you aren’t sure what to do. In most cases, you’d be surprised, but renting is the better option.
Renting Is Cheaper
Renting a national tool costs far less than purchasing one, and if you’re only going to use it for a few weeks or even days, you’ll spend less in the long run to rent one only for the days you’ll need it, even if you anticipate needing to use it again.
Renting Is Faster
Buying a large tool takes time, not only to pick out the right tool and find the best deal, but to wait on shipping as well. Renters of specialized industrial equipment can get the tool you need to your worksite quickly in far less time.
If you expect to use the equipment a lot in the future, you can always rent first to see which manufacturer and size tool will work best for you, and then you can confidently invest in buying one for your business. Speak to a RTO representative today to learn more about why renting simply makes sense, regardless of your industry.