How much does it cost to rent a towable boom lift?

How much does it cost to rent a towable boom lift?

How much does it cost to rent a towable boom lift?

On average you can expect to pay between $190 – $400 per day to hire a boom lift depending on the model variation, fuel option and height requirements.

How much does it cost to rent a genie lift?

How Much Does It Cost To Rent A Genie Lift?*

Model Type Monthly Rental Rate
GS2032 Slab scissor lift $500 – $700
GS3369RT Scissor lift (rough terrain) $1,200 -$1,500
Z30/20N Articulated boom lift $2,200 -$2,400
S60X Telescopic boom lift $2,000-$2,500

Are towable boom lifts safe?

Boom lifts are an important component of the proper deployment and completion of many construction projects. However, given the size, scale, and structure of this type of equipment, they can also pose substantial risk and have the potential to cause serious injury if effective safety measures are not followed.

How far can a boom lift reach?

Telescopic boom lifts can reach greater heights than their articulating counterparts. While many models can safely lift personnel or equipment to a height of 130 feet, you can now purchase a telescopic boom lift with a capacity of up to 185 feet.

How much does a JLG lift Cost?

A 60′ electric-powered articulated boom lift has an average cost between $500 and $600 per day, between $1,100 and $1,400 per week, and between $3,000 and $4,000. Delivery has an average cost between $150 and $200.

Is fall protection required on aerial lifts?

According to OSHA standard, employees must wear “a personal fall arrest or travel restraint system” when working from a boom lift. Keep in mind, the type of fall protection that OSHA requires is not a personal fall arrest system. It’s a personal restraint system.

Can boom lifts tip over?

Though very rare, it is also possible for boom lifts to tip over. Keeping the area under and around the boom lift clear will help ensure that no one is hurt if the entire structure tips over.