Hiring a piece of equipment can often be attractive for its lower cost, especially if you do not have time to select and buy a scaffold for an urgent project. What are the costs involved in scaffolding hire?
Obviously, there is a fee for the hiring of the scaffold. This fee can range depending on the length of time you wish to hire the scaffold and the size of the scaffold. However, these fees can often be attractively low. Nevertheless, you should know up front that these are not the only fees involved in the hiring. You must pay with cash an upfront deposit on the equipment. You will receive this deposit back, as long as you are careful with the equipment. However, you must keep in mind that you will need the cash at the beginning.
Secondly, you will also be responsible for the equipment's safety. If the equipment is damaged in any way or stolen, you will need to pay a rather high price to have the equipment replaced. This assurance of safety also includes when you have put the equipment out to be picked up by the company. It must be safe at all times. Last of all, you must clean the scaffold before you return it. If you do not, you will be forced to pay a cleaning fee.
Your Other Option
You could also choose to buy the scaffolding equipment. If you are considering this option, give yourself plenty of time to carefully select potential scaffolds and compare reviews and prices. If you make a hasty decision, you may waste a lot of money paying for your mistake. However, even if you are a responsible hirer and do not damage the rented equipment described above, you may actually be able to find a comparable price in buying a scaffold.
The benefits of buying a scaffold are the same as the benefits of buying anything. You will get multiple uses out of bought equipment, whereas you will only get one use out of equipment that you rent. If the prices are comparable, then buying the equipment will actually benefit you.
With both options, you will be responsible for replacing or repairing broken parts. However, if you buy the scaffold, you may have a warranty and be able to receive new parts under the warranty. When hiring, however, you will be fully responsible for the full replacement price. Consider your goals of use with the scaffold before deciding whether to hire or buy.Share
15 August 2016
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