There are benefits to buying your own equipment and renting your own. When you should do it is the question. If you have a smaller budget, it’s better to rent your equipment because you are offsetting a lot of upfront costs associated with the equipment. If you have a bigger budget, it may be better to buy the equipment. There will be higher cost, but it will be a better long term investment. Speak with different providers as they will offer different deals.
- If you aren’t doing too many projects, renting is the way to go.
- If you have the right budget for tools, it’s probably best to buy your own tools.
- If you don’t have the budget, renting is the way to go to save many up front costs.
“Irrespective of whether the construction company is big or small, it cannot afford to let its equipment sit idle or be mismatched for the work.”