Rental Equipment to Get The Job Done

Rental Plumbing Equipment

We’ve talked in the past about the benefits of renting vs owning construction equipment, everything from saving money to being able to keep up to date with the equipment; The same general benefits apply to renting plumbing equipment. A vast majority of the population do not own the equipment needed to solve plumbing problems that may arise and with how infrequently these problems can occur it doesn’t make sense to go out and purchase equipment that breaks the bank and offers a very infrequent payoff. Rental plumbing equipment, including sewer-cameras, mini-rodder, or even a mini-excavator can not only save money but will help efficiently get the job done.

Renting a Sewer-Camera to Increase Efficiency

A sewer-camera can do wonders for the efficiency of a plumbing project, not only will it save you from unnecessary rental plumbing equipmentdigging but it will lead to a much more educated understanding of what exactly is causing the issue. A sewer-camera should often be the first piece of rental plumbing equipment that one picks up because of the previously mentioned benefits. This particular piece of equipment can run through a drain while providing video feedback to the operator which results in easier process of identifying the blockage and ultimately makes it easier to develop a game plan to clear said blockage. These sewer-cameras can often run from about one-thousand to several-thousand dollars to outright purchase which makes them an ideal piece of equipment to rent instead of purchase.

Rental EZ rodders

While a sewer-camera is the ideal tool for identifying what is causing a blockage and can help develop the rental plumbing equipmentstrategy for how to best fix the problem it doesn’t directly solve the issue. A Ez rodder on the other hand does. When experiencing a plumbing problem a Ez rodder should be the second piece of rental plumbing equipment on the list of musts. Similar to the sewer-camera a Ez rodder is fed into a sewer system in order to clear blockages. Just as the sewer-camera does these pieces of equipment can not only cost quite a bit but take up unnecessary space once the project is done which again makes them perfect candidates for renting over owning.

Rental Plumbing Equipment for Those Big Jobs

Not every plumbing problem can be fixed using only a sewer-camera or a mini-rodder, for some of these problems you need to bring out the big guns. If you consider the two previous pieces of rental plumbing equipment impractical to outright own (which many of us would) this final piece certainly falls outside outside of that category. A mini-excavator is just the tool needed for these big jobs. These larger vehicles make digging a much easier task than it would be if you were armed with only a shovel. These can be used for replacing sewage rental plumbing equipmentsystems or installing new systems. Being significantly larger than the previously mentioned plumbing rental equipment is only part of the reason one should rent instead of purchasing. These machines typically run around $40,000 to outright purchase which for many of us is an extremely impractical price tag especially considering the time it would take to see a return on that cost. As we’ve mentioned in previous articles one of the biggest reasons to rent is to avoid shelling out large sums of money for equipment that will only end up sitting around and whose ROI may not ever come, this is especially true here.

Contact Us for Your Rental Plumbing Equipment Needs

We here at Aide Rental strive to find the best options for our clients and love our repeat clients. For more information on anything in the above article call 708-756-4020 for our Chicago location or 219-838-4300 for our Indiana location. To find specific pieces of rental plumbing equipment or to find more information about renting visit our website http://www.indianaequipmentrental.com/.

 

Rental Plumbing Equipment for Getting the Job Done by: Terry Trusgnich