Renting or Buying: what you need to consider

Renting or Buying: what you need to consider

Whether you’re a new start-up or an established sewer rehabilitation contractor, having the right equipment is essential to getting the job done. Whether you choose to buy the sewer rehabilitation equipment or rent it, there are a lot of factors you need to consider to determine what route would be the best for you, your company and the job that needs to be done.

Renting or Buying sewer rehabilitation equipment, when it comes to your equipment will save you some upfront costs while providing access to the necessary equipment. In renting sewer rehabilitation equipment, you get to test out the equipment you order and see whether it suits you and the job. In doing so, you will find out the equipment limits and if there are additional pieces of equipment that will make for a more efficient job. It’s a flexible option for those who need more funds to kit yourselves out with the latest and greatest equipment.

When buying sewer rehabilitation equipment, you will have to factor in the fact that, at some point, you will need to deal with repairs. Sewer rehabilitation is tough work, and the equipment can wear down over time. Getting your equipment repaired and serviced can force you and your company to have downtime. You will not have to worry about repair costs when renting or leasing equipment from the get-go. If you own your equipment and it needs to be repaired, you can rent the equipment you need to ensure you’re covered to avoid any downtime and loss of money and work.

If you’re interested in Renting or Buying sewer equipment prior to making the decision to purchase, you can do so with IMS Robotics. You can rent equipment for as long as you need and have the equipment either delivered to you or available to collect from one of our rental parks. Get in touch with us if you need to know more about a particular sewer rehabilitation equipment before renting. Our experts will happily tell you all you need to know to get you up and running.

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