Sweeper and Scrubber Rentals

If you are looking for a sweeper or scrubber to rent, our range of reliable and well-maintained cleaning equipment provides the flexibility to tailor the right equipment  to suit your business and application.

With the flexibility to rent for a week up to 5 years.
Our comprehensive equipment offering, gives access to a wide range of innovative equipment without the requirement for capital spend.

Rental minimises risks associated with equipment purchasing and offers an all-inclusive service model that fixes costs.

With scrubbers and sweepers available from as little as $45 per week.

Short Term Rental

Rent any of our equipment from us on a short-term basis from 1 week up to a year (subject to availability).

Fully Maintained Rental

A fully maintained rental is a product where you, the customer, will never own the equipment. You will instead rent a sweeper or scrubber from us over a specified period of time. You will claim the monthly rental as a tax deduction which will appear on your businesses Profit and Loss statement. The monthly rental includes the use of the equipment for a limited number of hours per week and includes all servicing (fully maintained). This allows ease of planning and budgeting with a known fixed monthly charge.

At the end of the rental term you will then have the following four flexible options:

  • Return the equipment with no further charges, subject to fair wear and tear policy.
  • Continue to rent the equipment on a month by month basis.
  • Renegotiate for a further rental term. I.e. 12 to 36 months
  • Enter into a new agreement for a new sweeper or scrubber.

For further information regarding these options or to speak to us regarding your businesses specific requirements please contact us on 1800 505 791 or by email.

Fast delivery

We can organise fast delivery of our cleaning equipment range to your site within 24 hours, within the Melbourne & Sydney metropolitan area.

24/7 backup support

Our mobile service vehicles are available 24/7 across greater Melbourne & Sydney to rectify any unexpected breakdowns you may experience.

“LET US SHOW YOU HOW WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY WITH OUR FINANCE AND RENTAL OPTIONS”

> Hire purchase

Hire purchase is an arrangement where you agree to a contract to acquire the equipment by paying an initial deposit and the balance of the price of the equipment in regular instalments over an agreed period.

With the final instalment or balloon payment at the end of term transferring title of the equipment to the customer.

This option helps with business cashflow whilst also offering a tailored solution to your businesses financial requirements.

> Chattel Mortgages

Chattel Mortgages are a finance option where the loan is secured by the purchased asset as the buyer owns the asset from the outset.

Typical terms of up to five years offer tailored loan repayments with the option of initial deposits and or final balloon payments.

This option generally offers a lower interest rate compared to an unsecured loan as the asset is secured by the lender along with flexible payment options and tax benefits.

> Finance lease

A finance lease is a type of lease in which the financier is the legal owner of the asset for the duration of the lease. The lessee has operating control over the equipment but no commitment to buying the equipment at the end of the term.

However most people choose to buy the equipment outright by paying a residual amount or upgrade to latest equipment a new lease. If the equipment is no longer required simply at the end of the term.

> Operational lease

An operating lease can be used to fund your equipment with payments for this type finance considered an operating cost. Removing the liability on your balance sheet. With this finance option, we retain the ownership of the equipment and the customer returns it at the end of the term. Terms from 12 months to 60 months available. An operating lease of the equipment typically covers scheduled servicing and maintenance all in the one fixed monthly payment.

Please refer to your accountant or the Australian Taxation Office’s guidelines to find out which option best suits your business.

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