Smaller construction companies often can’t afford to own every piece of equipment they need, but they can’t afford to be without them either. So a big advantage to renting equipment is that you pay for it only when you use it. You can always return the equipment to the rental company if business slows down or if a project is halted due to rain.
Equipment rental offers many of the same benefits as leasing, with three distinct differences. First, rental contract periods provide total flexibility. Equipment can be rented for any length of time — for example, from a few hours to a week. Second, rental equipment usually includes maintenance provisions. And, third, if you don’t like how a rental operates after actually using it, you can return the item. You’re not locked into a long-term commitment.
Finally, renting simplifies your budgeting and accounting because it greatly reduces paperwork and administrative requirements. There’s only one invoice — and one cost — to account for. And remember, rental expenses may be deducted as a business expense.
Now that you’re ready to rent for your business, visit the friendly and dedicated team at:
La Planta Rentals From concrete saws and lawn equipment to skid steers and jack hammers, they have it all!