Hire-To-Own

Interested in the possibility of adding a machine to your business operation but not 100% sure that it is the right decision for you?

 

 

Monitor Lifts has now an option to let you try before you buy with Hire-To-Own!

 

 

The most popular models are available for hire at very economical prices. These machines come nicely set up on a trailer allowing them to be easily towed behind a ute or small truck. Owners say they could never be without one again, and maybe you will say the same thing after using one for a few weeks!

 

 

And if you buy, you can even get a refund of 50% of what you have paid in hire!

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    Testimonials from our clients

    “Our business vision has always been rather unique in comparison to many other businesses out there, with a focus on gaps in the market and new ways of achieving superior results. That’s where the beginnings of our relationship with Monitor Lifts started. Having used spider lifts in the UK we always knew that this was the way forward for us. After a rocky start of trying to purchase one, we managed to secure our spider lift from Monitor at the beginning of 2021. The benefits of owning and using one daily outweighed the financial commitment and we never looked back. Take it this way, our beloved spider lift is like a designer handbag. You want to take it everywhere and never leave it at home. So it goes with us and we make sure we utilise it to its full potential. In fact, we make our jobs fit around the spiderlift so we have to use it. How we survived without one is now unimaginable.

     

    “We purchased the PB 1575 Electric/Petrol powered narrow access EWP mounted on crawler tracks. The customer care from the Sydney team and now the team in sunny Brisbane has been always exceptional. There is always somebody available on the phone, with courteous attitude and willingness to assist. From the sales team, the accounts department through to the service team, we get flawless and attentive wrapped around care. This has been invaluable particularly with the complexity of the machine and too many questions we had at the very beginning.”