Boom Lift for Rental

When seeking a boom lift rental, Mayon Machinery offers a diverse range of equipment suitable to fulfill your specific project requirements. Our boom lift rental includes various sizes and types, including articulating and telescopic lifts, with diesel and electric power options available. We offer boom lifts from 12m to 40m of working heights, perfect for extreme aerial projects, including construction, electrical work, and even emergency service. Our rental fleet includes top manufacturers such as JLG and Haulotte ensuring quality and reliability, and we have a boom lift to meet your specific needs. For more information on our lineup of boom lifts, please check out our resource section below.


FAQs About Boom Lifts Rental
What should you consider before renting a boom lift?
  • Consider the Work Area – Electric boom lifts are ideal for indoor use where clean emissions are a priority and fuel costs are a concern. They provide a reliable solution for reaching-at-height applications. On the other hand, diesel boom lifts are better suited for outdoor work due to their superior drivetrain power, faster speeds, and efficient refueling capabilities. If you’re thinking you’ll need to work both indoors and outdoors, spider boom lifts with dual powers feature crawlers in place of tires to help navigate through sand, mud, or restrictive floor-loading requirements.
  • Determine the Boom-Type – Telescopic boom lifts are an optimal solution for workers who require access to tall structures, as they possess the capability to reach high and far. However, when compared to articulating boom lifts, they require more space due to their larger turntable and the need for outriggers to ensure stability. Contrarily, articulating boom lifts offer operators the advantage of lifting workers up and over, or over and under, obstacles, albeit with lesser horizontal reach. Consequently, these lifts are well-suited for smaller work zones as their turntable does not extend beyond the drive chassis edge. Furthermore, smaller articulating boom lifts are available with narrow designs to fit into smaller spaces with ease.
  • Calculate the needed Boom Lift Height and Platform Capacity – Determine the vertical distance from the ground or the base of the lift to the highest point where work needs to be done. This measurement will be the minimum height requirement for the boom lift. Make sure that the boom lift you choose is able to handle the weight required for your job. It may need to carry two or three people and tools, such as saws, as well as raw materials like drywall or tile. Besides, choose a boom lift with a platform that is large enough to accommodate all the equipment you need on it at the same time so that you don’t have to spend time raising and lowering the platform to switch equipment.


Why renting is a better option?

Renting a boom lift can be beneficial in many ways. It allows you to access the equipment without the upfront purchase cost, choose the right equipment for each specific job, and avoid maintenance, storage, and transportation costs. Renting also permits access to the latest technology, reduces the total cost of ownership, avoids depreciation and resale hassles, and eliminates regulatory compliance concerns. It’s a more practical choice for seasonal or occasional tasks, making it easier to manage your equipment budget.


How much does it cost to rent a boom lift?

The cost of a boom lift will vary widely depending on the type of boom lift selected as well as the height, brand, and power type. To get an accurate price estimate, especially if you are renting a boom lift, please do not hesitate to contact our team today. Our team of experts has extensive experience in the industry and will assist you in selecting the appropriate boom lift that suits your needs and budget for your specific requirements.


Where to use a boom lift?

Boom lifts offer a significant height advantage in comparison to scissor lifts, although high-reach boom lifts may not be optimal for confined spaces. Telescopic boom lifts are commonly employed for tasks such as painting, glazing, bridge inspections, transmission line repairs, and industrial maintenance. In contrast, articulating boom lifts are exceptionally suitable for accessing high utility towers and performing repair work on bridges, stadiums, hangars, and convention centers.


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