Scissor Lift Hire Cost
What is the cost of hiring a Scissor Lift
We often get enquiries about the approximate cost to hire a scissor lift. Please note that we have discussed cherry picker hire costs in a previous post.
Often it is small businesses or even private property owners just wanting an approximate cost to understand if it is an option worth considering for their project.
The purpose of this blog post is to give some indication of Scissor Lift Hire Costs for budgeting purposes.
Short Term Hire Costs for a Scissor Lift
Our fleet includes a range of scissor lifts and access platforms for hire. The most popular scissors lifts that we offer for hire are the JLG 3246ES (shown in the picture below) and its smaller sister the JLG2030ES. These are both versatile and suitable for indoor or outdoor use. They are electric powered and equipped with non-marking tyers, ideally suited for even terrain. The JLG2030ES has a maximum platform height of 6.1m allowing work to be carried out up to 8.1m from the ground. While the larger JLG 3246ES will enable work up to 11.68m up from the ground. More detailed specifications are available here.
Scissor Lift Hire Costs
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What’s Included in the Price
- All maintenance, breakdowns and servicing is included
- Damage is not included
- Driver – these prices are based on self-drive.
- We always include exceptional levels of customer service. It is hard to put a price on this but it is reflected in the level of repeat customers who value the reliability of our service as well as our competitive prices.
Cost may vary significantly from the above depending on a variety of factors. We are happy to quote for longer term hires.
Factors Affecting Scissor Lift Hire Costs
Equipment availability is always a big factor. If it is a quiet time and the equipment is available then we are naturally keen to put together a very competitive quote. If your project dates are flexible then we may have more flexibility on price.
The environment in which the scissor lift is going to be used and the level of use affects the level of wear and tear and so the overall price of hire.
Obviously the length of hire, distance of delivery are significant factors. As are the over all equipment requirements. For example is it is a regular requirement or a one off contract? Is other equipment required on the same site, project or account?