Put 133 feet of Non-Stop Heavy-Duty on Your Job Now, and Make No Payments Until January.
10 masons on 133 feet of Non-Stop will give you the same production as 12 masons on frames, reducing your payroll by TWO masons!!
At the national average of $4200 per month per mason, you pocket $8,400 per month.
Non-Stop pays for itself in less than 5 months.
Call us for more details. 800-845-0845.
6-Payment Rent-To-Own Plan
We're noticing there's still plenty of work out there but the money has really slowed down. To help our customers who need more scaffolding, but are having a hard time buying it out of their cash flow, we've started an IN-HOUSE 6-payment rent-to-own program.
You take the purchase price and add 6.9%. Divide by 6 and made 6 monthly payments. For instance, on a $60,000 purchase you pay $10,690 down, and $10,690 per month for the last five months. It's not as cheap as going to your bank, but it won't reduce your line of credit. We're not in the finance business, but for an extra few points, we can afford to carry it in-house.
So far, our established customers like it. They say 5 months is perfect because the scaffolding PAYS ITS OWN WAY by saving on labor.
10% per month for 12 months. For 105 feet of Heavy-Duty, that's about $3000 per month. Remember, it's saving you 2 bricklayers* a month. 83.3% of your rent is applied to the purchase every month. After 12 months it's yours.
The big advantage of this plan is that if you're paying your bricklayers $20 an hour, you're actually $4600 ahead every month than if you had stayed on frames.
Some of our customers prefer a 24-month to 60-month lease. We have four standard lease plans to choose from. In addition to these plans, specialized programs are available,such as seasonal, deferred, and zero down. Customized programs are available too—just contact us for assistance.
Fair Market Value (True Lease)
For those worried about obsolescence, this plan offers the most options both during and at the end of the lease term. This plan is particularly beneficial to those wanting a small security deposit and a relatively low monthly payment. At the end of the lease term, the lessee has three options: extend the term of the lease, return the equipment, or buy it at its fair market value. Financing is available for those wishing to buy the equipment at the end of the lease term. A True Lease allows the most cost to be deferred to the end of the lease when a decision to retain or upgrade the equipment can be made.
For those who are fairly certain they wish to purchase the equipment at the end of the lease term, this is the recommended plan. Once the lease term expires, the equipment is simply purchased for $1.00.
10% Security Deposit
Because this program offers the lowest monthly payment, it is especially attractive to those who can afford to pay a 10% security deposit of the lease amount. End-of-lease options still apply. The deposit can be applied as the buyout at the end of the lease, the lease can be extended, or the equipment can be returned and the deposit is then refunded.
10% Purchase Option
This plan offers the customer a fixed purchase option at the end of the lease term. Upon final payment, the customer can continue to lease the equipment, return the equipment, or buy it at 10% of the original equipment cost.