Whether you’re a catering company on the move or a small business in need of a chiller for a specific project, a rental chiller is your best bet.
A chiller provides durable and sturdy air conditioning, as well as chilling for a wide variety of uses. However, many companies don’t think of renting one when they find themselves in need. If you’re on the fence between purchasing a chiller and renting one, check out these three advantages to rental.
1. Lower Cost
Depending on how long you need the cooler, rental chillers can be more cost-effective. Renting a chiller avoids high costs in delivery, installment, and warranties. By contrast, rental chillers are available for a small monthly fee.
This can benefit a company that needs a refrigerator for a small project, or a start-up that can’t afford funds for a long-term refrigeration investment.
2. No Maintenance Costs
Perhaps the greatest savings attached to renting a chiller comes from the lack of maintenance costs. Chillers often require regular maintenance and repairs, which can be costly. This is always an inconvenience, but especially so for young companies looking to get ahead in business.
Rental chillers, however, are maintained and repaired by the owner. If you have an issue, all you need to do is call the owner and you’ll have a repairman on the scene in a reasonable period of time. Unless you directly damage the chiller, you likely won’t have to pay for these routine repairs and maintenance procedures.
3. Many Size Options
Another great thing about renting is the size and capacity options available. If you buy a chiller, you’ll have to decide on a size. Many companies buy chillers too big for their needs, afraid that one day the company will need the extra space.
With rental chillers, you have the freedom to trade chillers based on your current needs. And, you can do so without incurring extra costs associated with new investments.
Choosing Where to Rent a Chiller
If a rental chiller sounds like a good idea to you, start checking out local refrigeration companies for a place to rent. If possible, consult business connections for recommendations. And, as with any service, research your potential rental company online. A Better Business Bureau profile, for example, will tell you the business’s rating, contact information, and history of customer complaints.
With this dedicated research, you’ll be able to find a rental company that supplies your company with a quality chiller that will serve you well, however long you need it.
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