Construction continues to operate amid the current pandemic in many states. We understand these are difficult times. Committing to a new machine may not feel like the right move for your business now. However, the construction industry is ‘Essential’, and construction projects remain in operation. If purchasing a new machine doesn’t suit your bottom line right now, consider renting. Renting construction equipment is a great alternative.
Are Rentals Available During the Pandemic?
Many local businesses remain open and are offering heavy equipment rentals. Sonsray Rentals remains active, you can learn more about why we are an essential service here.
In light of COVID-19, we have stepped up our cleaning process for our rental fleet. We are taking the necessary safety precautions to thoroughly disinfect our machines. “Safety is of utmost importance as we continue to provide equipment for rental and services”, says Matt Moses, Vice-President of Sonsray Rentals.
Why Renting Equipment is a Safe Bet
Renting equipment from a trusted dealer is a great option if you are not ready to buy. A responsible heavy equipment rental company like Sonsray keeps it’s fleet clean and operational. When you rent, you are not responsible for machine maintenance or service. This can relieve both stress and cost to your business during the pandemic.
Any machine you rent from a trusted dealer will be well-maintained and ready for action. Don’t let downtime hurt your business or delay your construction project.Renting Construction Equipment during a world-wide pandemic.
Construction continues to operate amid the current pandemic in many states. We understand these are dire times and committing to a new machine purchase is probably not the wisest decision right now. However, the construction industry is an ‘Essential’ business, and construction projects must remain in operation until completion. So if purchasing a new machine is not the greatest option right now, renting construction equipment is a great alternative.
Local Business Climate
Many local businesses remain open and are offering heavy equipment rentals. In fact, businesses like Sonsray Rentals have simply gone above and beyond their typical processes with sanitizing rental returns. Sonsray Rentals has multiple locations in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. They are taking the necessary precautionary measures to protect the health of its customers and employees. “Safety is of upmost importance as we continue to provide equipment for rental and services”, says Matt Moses, Vice-President of Sonsray Rentals.
As the COVID-19 outbreak spreads, the construction industry is on high alert. The coronavirus has delayed supply chains from Asia and around the world. This means importing steel or parts may become more and more difficult for manufacturers. If you’re in the middle of a construction project and one of your machines goes down, contact your local rentals company who is still renting construction equipment. Full service rental companies have large machines like an excavator for rent or smaller machines for landscape projects. Don’t let downtime hurt your business or delay your construction project.
Rent With Certainty
Partnering up with a local dealership that has equipment for rental has its benefits. Whether you’re looking for backhoe rentals or to rent a skid steer you can count on a local machinery dealer who has a specialized rentals division. Heavy equipment dealers are equipped with the latest and greatest products and have direct access to authentic manufacturer parts and attachments for your rental needs. Local dealers like Sonsray Machinery, a CASE CE distributor, employ master-certified technicians who consistently aid in maintaining their rental machinery fleet. “A standard machine in our rental equipment fleet is ready to work and proven on the field; we also provide 24-hr support and on-site service when needed”, says Patricia West, Regional Rental Manager for Sonsray Rentals in Northern California-San Francisco Bay area.
We want your business to be successful even in trying times. Renting construction equipment is an excellent solution, so contact your heavy equipment rentals company today. Companies that offer equipment for rental will help you identify the machines that could give you the greatest utilization and help navigate your construction projects forward during this tough time.
Partnering up with a local dealership that has equipment for rental has many benefits. At Sonsray Rentals, we work with master-certified technicians who aid in maintaining our rental machinery fleet. “A standard machine in our rental equipment fleet is ready to work and proven on the field; we also provide 24-hr support and on-site service when needed”, says Patricia West, Regional Rental Manager for Sonsray Rentals in Northern California-San Francisco Bay area.
Test Out Something New
Whether you’re looking for a backhoe rental or a skid steer, you can count on our specialized rentals division. Renting from a heavy equipment dealer is an opportunity to try out the latest in machines. Most large dealers, like us, partner with brands and have direct access to authentic manufacturer parts. Rent to try out the newest and best in machines and attachments at a fraction of the cost.
Renting equipment is a great option for those who feel unsure of their machinery needs during this tumultuous time. With a rental, you can pay for the machine when you need it, and avoid the cost when you don’t. Plus, you don’t have to worry about storage fees if work is slow. This may feel like the wiser choice if the pandemic has interrupted your usual work schedule.
We want your business to be successful. Whether you’re looking for backhoe rentals or to rent a skid steer you can count on your local machinery dealer. Renting equipment is a cost effective way to support your operations during this time.
Our team of experts can help you identify the machines that will give you the greatest utilization. We are here to help you navigate your construction projects. That way even if it feels as if the world has stopped during the pandemic, you can keep moving forward.