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Lift equipment helps a business complete work with more efficiency and control. A telescopic boom is also called a straight lift or a cherry picker. Interestingly, the term cherry picker came about because the telescopic boom was initially designed for harvesting purposes in orchards. This type of lift is the motorized alternative to time-consuming scaffolding. Multiple types of boom lifts are available to rent or purchase. Choosing the right boom lift for your next project is easy with tips from budgetboomliftrental.com.
Choose a telescopic boom for your project if:
The alternative to an aerial working platform is a stationary height system. Setting up scaffolding, temporary frame and ladder work, or using plank and stilt systems can have big drawbacks though—they are time-consuming, they do not work well on patchy ground, and the working platform is small. The telescopic boom is a safer and an efficient alternative for most projects.
Depending on the model, telescopic booms can be towed or hauled with a trailer. Some models offer four-wheel drive to navigate rugged jobsites; just drive off the trailer and begin working. Towable models are hitched to a pickup—ideal for the homeowner needing to complete exterior maintenance projects. Aerial lift booms are available in gas, diesel and electric. Smaller electric models are optimal for indoor working conditions.
Budgetboomliftrental.com can help businesses determine which size telescopic boom is right for various sized projects. Each boom lift has a spec sheet which shows the lift capacity, working height, horizontal reach and platform size. The following chart shows some of the common specs of telescopic booms based on project size.
|Project Type||Lift Capacity||Working||Horizontal||Platform Size|
|Tree Maintenance||500 lbs.||46'||31'||3' x 2'6"|
|Home Construction||500 lbs.||51'||36'||8' x 6'|
|Commercial Roofing||650 lbs.||66'||50'||8' x 3'|
|Plane and Ship||1,000 lbs||86'||71'||8' x 6'|
When a company is renting a telescopic boom lift on a regular basis, it might be time to consider making an investment in their own equipment. There are pros and cons to both renting and buying. The decision to purchase over renting is an expensive one, but could be worth it in the long run.
Rental prices for telescopic booms are based on the length of rental, the size of the equipment, and the area of the country where your project is located. Most rental companies will offer industrial equipment for rent by the day, week, or month. Some also offer a four hour rental rate, however, the cost is usually comparable to the daily rate.
|Lift Height||Daily Rate||Weekly Rate||Monthly Rate|
Industrial equipment rentals provide an affordable means for businesses to safely attain towering working heights. The use of motorized equipment over stationary solutions also decreases physical exertion by reducing the manpower used in jobsite preparation, leading to overall improved productivity. A telescopic boom lift is the practical way to address lifting needs in a limited access area.