Heavy equipment purchases aren't for every business or every project. Sometimes the initial investment, repair overhead, and routine upkeep just don't fit into your company's budget. Our team understand's that every company's financial situation is different, that's why we are now offering rental options on all of our machines.

The Benefits of Renting

Project Specific

Not every job requires the same type of lifting. Renting allows you to select the glass lifting machine that is most ideal for your specific needs. You don't have to worry about storing your SmartLift in between jobs. This cuts down of your overhead and allows you to use those funds in other places that will allow you to see more bang for your buck. The SmartLift team is here to help you determine which machine best matches your needs. We help get your team trained in how to properly use the glass lifter and ensure that any maintenance needs are taken care of.

No Storage Issues

When you own heavy equipment such as a SmartLift glazing machine, you have to have somewhere to store it when it's not in use. This can add major overhead which can greatly impact your bottomline. In this current economy, everyone is looking for ways to save money. This is a major advantage of renting your SmartLift. Once your job is complete, you simply return the machine and don't have to worry about a monthly storage bill.

Improve Cash Flow

Staying nimble in an uncertain economy is very important for businesses. Renting your SmartLift glass lifter allows you to have access to more cash—which means the funds will be there when you need them for something else. Since renting equipment is an expense deduction that your can claim against your taxes, provides you with more capital to reinvest into your business. That means you'll have more money to train your employees, invest in marketing and technology, and even hire more people.

Whatever your reason for choosing to rent rather than buy, the SmartLift team is here to help you navigate through the process. We will sit down with you and learn about your specific needs—and make the best recommendation to handle your job. Contact us today to get started.