How about simplifying your life, RENT!
Renting what you require can help to simplify your life and that job! For those who like to do those jobs yourself, rather than hiring someone, it means you can expand your abilities by having access to any tool you might require for that job, weekend or otherwise!
Advance Rentals can even help you, if you require it, with providing some advice for your job needs. This will permit you to get the results you are looking for while saving time and money.
For a Contractor it means no shortages of equipment, reduced downtimes, no equipment to maintain and no storage issues when you no longer require the equipment.
Completing a job can be stressful enough but if you rent from Advance Rentals "Your Complete Rental Shop" you can eliminate those tool & equipment concerns so that you can concentrate on getting your job done and getting the job done right. We can even deliver what you require to where you need it, if you like.
Are you asking yourself, Why
Short-Term: When you need that piece of equipment,
or a special tool, for either a few
hours, a day, a week or maybe even a month or longer, it is usually less expensive to rent
it rather than going out and buying it. There are many short-term requirements
for renting a piece of equipment, a few are: breakdowns or repairs of currently
owned equipment, remodeling or renovating jobs, emergencies or when you might
have an unusual job to do and just do not have what you need to get it done.
The decision on whether to buy or rent might not be
as clear cut when you are looking at a time period of several months as it might be for a shorter term rental
(weeks to a month). Base your
decision on what is the more cost effective to you, crunch those numbers,
consider initial purchase, taxes, maintenance, storage and perhaps licensing.
Taking into consideration all of those factors will help you make the decision
on whether to buy or rent what you require, most people discover that renting is the
right choice for them.
Are you looking for tips on how to do that project with your rented equipment?
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