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How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Scissor Lift?

Look no further than Equipment Base for the best scissor lift rental options available nationwide. Equipment Base rents to all places nationwide and has a variety of lift sizes and models designed to fit your needs for any type of job. They have narrow, standard, rough terrain and large capacity lifts that can handle any project. Check out the competitive scissor lift rental costs and flexible terms that Equipment Base has to offer.

Scissor Lift Rental Costs

Scissor lifts can be rented out by the day, the week or month. For extended periods of lift rental you can get a better deal by going with a weekly or monthly rental.

The cost to rent scissor lifts vary depending on the location, size and availability of the specific model.

In general, scissor lift rentals can run from $100 to $150 per day. For weekly rentals, lifts can range from $350 to $500. Rates for monthly rentals go from $800, for smaller models, to $1,500 for the mid-sized rough terrain lifts.

Specific Cost to Rent:

19-Foot Electric Scissor Lift

  • Daily Rentals - $100 to $150 per day
  • Weekly Rentals - $350 to $500 per week
  • Monthly Rentals - $900 to $1,200 per month

32-Foot Electric Lift

  • Daily Rentals - $120 to $170 per day
  • Weekly Rentals - $400 to $700 per week
  • Monthly Rentals - $1,400 to $1,600 per month

32-Food Rough Terrain Lift

  • Daily Rental - $150 to $200 per day
  • Weekly Rental - $475 to $600 per week
  • Monthly Rental - $1,550 to $2,000 per month

Pickup and delivery fees generally fall around $100 to $150 in addition.

Buying vs. Leasing Scissor Lifts

Purchasing a scissor lift is a significant investment. It is best to consider this option only if you are going to be using the lift year round and have a means for transporting in to and from the job site. A brand new, 19-foot lift will cost you $12,000 to $14,000, while a new 30-foot lift can cost $20,000 to $24,000.

For those who only need to use the scissor lift occasionally, renting is generally the preferred option. This eliminates maintenance fees and the expense of time and effort it takes to transport the lift to and from the work site.

How to Rent a Scissor Lift

If you are in need of a scissor lift rental then contact equipment base today for a hassle free, fast and affordable lift. Equipment Base will be happy to answer any questions you have so don't hesitate to pick up the phone and give them a call.

Equipment has the most efficient rental and delivery process to ensure that you get what you need when you need it without the headache. With lifts ranging from 16 feet to 50 feet available to most locations, you are almost sure to find the equipment you need.

When you have decided on a size and type of scissor lift that will fit the needs of your job, search for you city and fill in your information or give them a call.