Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I need any licenses to operate equipment?
- Does the equipment come full of fuel?
- Does the rental rate reflect taxes, and delivery fees?
- What is the rental term for one day?
- Will I get any instructions on how to use the piece of machinary?
Yes, to operate most equipment in the state of Massachusetts you do need a hoisting license. A temporary one can be had by going to Mass Rental Licensing.
Yes! But it is your responsibility to refuel it before pickup, or return. We will fuel it if you don't at a charge.
A lot of times when asked what the rental is for a day, a base line price is given "The rental rate". This is the amount the rental will be pre-tax, and pre-delivery. Once we have been given an address for delivery, and received some basic information from you, a formal quote can be given.
The rental term for one day is 24 hours of position of the equipment, and 8 hours of use time during the 24 hours of position. This means, even though it is in your position for 24 hours, you are only allowed 8 working hours with the piece of equipment.
Yes, our staff is trained to answer all your questions regarding the rented piece of equipment. We also give a small "how-to" when you pick-up or we drop off our equipment.