- Low Cost Boom Lift Rental in South Dakota
- Articulating & Telescopic Boom Lifts
- Any Lift Height
Boom Lift Rental in South Dakota From The Pros
Renting a boom lift in South Dakota is easy and fast with Cork’d. Our experts have helped hundreds of companies including retail, warehouses, construction companies and more when they need work done above 15 feet. Let our pros help you with any type of boom lift rental in South Dakota whether you need telescopic, articulating, knuckle, electric or even rough terrain. Cork’d is here for you 24/7 so give us a call today.
Quickly Renting Boom Lifts in South Dakota
We get it, your busy schedule doesn’t allow you to call around and compare South Dakota boom lift rental companies. That is why we give you one place to quickly get the best rates on any type of aerial equipment including:
- All Top Brands - Skyjack, Genie, Terex, Snorkel and JLG Scissor Lift rental in South Dakota
- All Engine Types - Diesel, Gas & Electric Boom Lift rental in South Dakota
- 40 ft to 120 ft and higher Telescopic Boom Lifts For Rent in South Dakota
- 30 ft to 130 ft and higher Articulating Boom Lift Rentals in South Dakota
What is the price of a boom lift rental in South Dakota?
The cost of a boom lift rental in South Dakota is broken out in three options - daily, weekly or monthly and get progressively cheaper the longer you rent. Equipment availability, seasonality and sometimes distance from the rental yard can affect your final cost. Of course the size and type of the boom lift you need will be the biggest factor affecting the quote. On the small side, an average price for a 30 foot boom lift rental in South Dakota is $225 per day or $550 per week. For larger man lifts, an average price for a 60 foot articulating boom lift rental in South Dakota is $325 per day or $825 per week.
Do I need to have experience to rent boom lifts in South Dakota?
You will need a trained employee to use the equipment. Safety is very important when using work platforms at height. Operators must be familiar with proper hand signals and the controls of the boom lift. Proper use of a harness is also required to avoid serious accidents and OSHA guidelines are readily available.
Are there customizations to help in unique work environments?
Yes there are many customizations available but availability may be limited. Configurations for the work platform basket on the boom lift rental in South Dakota can be modified in most cases to accommodate work in specific industries. Attachments may be available to help with welding, cutting, lifting heavy items, handling wiring or electronics and more.