A big job is coming for your Indiana operation, and it doesn’t seem that your fleet has a forklift that will adequately handle the workload. Perhaps you want an extra forklift for the holiday rush. Or maybe you require a temporary replacement for a truck that’s undergoing some maintenance. Whatever the reason, you need something for the short term, as buying a new forklift is out the question.
If your Indiana business has never rented a forklift before, you may not know what you really need. If you rent your forklift through an experienced agency, like Tynan, they should be able to walk you through the process. But the more details you can come up with before the rental call, the better. To find out what you should know, check out this essential guide for your first-time forklift rental.
Nobody wants to rent a forklift and then get it back to your place and find out that it’s not up to the job. Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure you know:
Remember, the more you know about what you want to do with the forklift, the better you can get matched up with the right truck for the job.
Your rental forklift must fit the environment of where it’s going to be used. Think about how your Indiana operation is set up.
If you are unsure of what forklift is best for your environment, just make a detailed list of concerns. Then when you discuss your rental needs, we can help match the perfect truck to your environment.
Just as important as the forklift itself, is who will be driving the truck and for how long. When you don’t have an idea of personnel or project length, then you may be squandering your budget.
Once you finished the first-time forklift rental guide, it’s time to contact Tynan. We have extensive experience in forklift rentals and have competitive rates, expert service, and lease terms to fit your needs. Contact us at (317) 597-4003, and we will find you the perfect forklift for the job!
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