Day-to-day safety operations often require special equipment to keep workplace hazards at bay. Purchasing this equipment may be too expensive or even unnecessary. Recognizing the benefits of renting over purchasing can help you solve issues with cash flow and improve other aspects of managing your business. Before deciding whether to rent or buy safety equipment, consider all your options.
Benefits of Renting vs. Buying Equipment
The purchase cost of safety equipment combined with software fees and any maintenance or repairs add up quickly. Renting enables you to reduce capital expenses by allowing you to pay a flexible daily, weekly or monthly rate.
Renting equipment means only using it when you need it. This eliminates the issue of storage and the need for warehouse space. Our in-house service technicians are here to help you plan for emergencies, outages, turnarounds, as well as other special projects
Short-Term vs. Long-Term Rentals
Short-Term Rental Period – Less than one year
Whether you need equipment for a day, a week or just once or twice a year, short-term rental provides a flexible solution that allows you to save money by avoiding the upfront cost of purchasing equipment. Our safety specialists are available to assist you in planning for short-term projects, outages, and emergencies to ensure you have exactly what you need when you need it.
Long-Term Rental Period – One year or more
If your facility requires equipment on a frequent basis or needs a lower monthly rate, long-term rental is the way to go. Purchase costs, maintenance/repair fees and other services like equipment cleaning and calibration are included with long-term rental.
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