Lift rentals and fuel chargesPublished : May 6, 2021
Welcome to our blog,
where we help uncover the answers to any questions that you may have about lift rentals! There are so many things that go into using a lift that you may not know if you do not use lifts very often.
We want to make the process as easy as possible for you. We try to answer the questions before you can ask them!
To start, we do not rent all equipment you could think of.
Things we do not rent are scaffolding, towable lift rentals, scissor lift rentals smaller than nineteen feet, light towers, etc.
Lifts we do rent are scissor lifts with heights that range from nineteen feet to forty feet working height, straight boom lifts (fueled), articulating boom lifts (fueled and electric), warehouse forklifts, telehandlers, skidsteers, excavators, etc. If there is something you do not see on either of these lists, reach out to us to double check!
It’s also important to note for electric lifts, you are required to provide your own extension cord to charge the lift. While not using the lift, you will need to plug in the lift to charge so it will have battery for your next use.
Fueled lifts should come with a full tank of gas. With this in mind, we charge a fuel fee up front so you do not have to worry about filling up the fuel tank during or after your rental is up. If you do not want to pay that fuel fee, you are welcome to refill the tank and let us know at the end of your lift rental. The lift has to come back to the service center of our yard to be inspected before any refund can be given. Once we get confirmation it was refilled, we will then send a refund back to the same card you paid with. This usually takes about three to five business days for the refund to post back in your account.
We love to hear the questions you have for us!
Please let us know what questions you have and we would be happy to answer those lift rental questions.