There are several types of jobs you may need to get done that will require the use of a construction crane. The following are three specific reasons why you should rent a construction crane.
It takes expertise to correctly set up and take down a crane. If the crane is not erected properly this could present serious hazards on your work site.
An experienced company will be able to put up and take down the crane in a safe and efficient manner. The company will also know exactly what size of crane will be needed. Matching the right crane to the job is an important aspect of safety.
Certain jobs will require the use of a specific type of construction crane. You may only have one or two jobs that need completed. It doesn’t make sense to purchase a crane that will only be used a few times.
An experienced company will also know what permits or licenses would be needed for operating and maintaining equipment on a construction site.
Renting a crane can save you money. Buying a crane would be incredibly expensive and would include maintenance and training for employees.
Trying to complete the job with smaller equipment can be time-consuming and cost more money by extending the time it takes to complete a job. It’s almost always to your advantage financially to rent a crane instead of buying.