JLG Aerial Lifts
With a number of aerial lifts available, JLG has the perfect model for nearly any application. JLG aerial lifts include:
- Electric/hybrid boom lifts:Eco-friendly and energy-efficient, electric and hybrid boom lifts from JLG allow you to maintain high productivity, without hurting the environment.
- Engine-powered boom lifts:Commonly referred to as cherry pickers, these boom lifts offer high power and reach. Ideal for outdoor tasks, engine-powered boom lifts from JLG are available in multiple specifications and styles. Choose between articulating boom lifts (up and over reach) and telescopic boom lifts (extended reach), both of which can handle tough jobs, with the one that’s better for you depending on your needs.
- Low-level lifts:Perfect for facility work and light maintenance, JLG’s low-level lifts offer a safe and efficient solution for all your low-access needs. These lifts are available in non-powered EcoLift models, as well as simple push-around models.
- Scissor lifts: JLG offers electric-powered and engine-powered scissor lifts to meet the needs of indoor and outdoor applications. Electric models offer durability, longer runtimes, low-noise operation, and no emissions. Engine-powered models are also durable, able to navigate rough terrain, and can lift plenty of tools as well as workers.
- Towable boom lifts:In addition to standard aerial lifts, JLG also produces the Tow-Pro Series of towable boom lifts. Easily towed from site to site, these lifts offer a choice of either 24V-DC electric power or a 9 horsepower (HP) gas-powered engine.
- Vertical lifts:Ideal for applications that need plenty of reach in tight spaces, JLG’s vertical lifts are a safe and efficient solution for difficult up and over work. Choose from driveable or push-around models, both of which offer improved reach heights and productivity.
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How Much Does Renting a JLG Aerial Lift Cost?
It is difficult to provide an exact cost for renting JLG aerial lifts, as prices depend on the type, features, and specifications of the lift, as well as your location and the dealer you rent through. Here is a general pricing guide to give you an idea of what you can expect to pay when renting a JLG aerial lift:
- A 19′ vertical lifts has an average cost between $100 and $150 per day, between $600 and $800 per week, and between $1,500 and $2,000 per month.
- A 30′ vertical lift has an average cost between $150 and $200 per day, between $800 and $1,000 per week, and between $2,000 and $3,000 per month.
- A 34′ diesel-powered articulated boom lift has an average cost between $300 and $400 per day, between $800 and $1,000 per week, and between $2,000 and $3,000 per month.
- A 45′ electric-powered articulated boom lift has an average cost between $450 and $550 per day, between $1,000 and $1,300 per week, and between $3,000 and $3,800 per month.
- A 60′ electric-powered articulated boom lift has an average cost between $500 and $600 per day, between $1,100 and $1,400 per week, and between $3,000 and $4,000.
- Delivery has an average cost between $150 and $200.
Choosing the Right JLG Lift
There are a plethora of aerial lift types and models available from JLG, with the one that’s best for you depending on your needs. When searching for an aerial lift, consider the following:
- Engine type:Aerial lifts use electric, gas, or hybrid motors. Electric models are better suited to indoor tasks due to low-noise and no emissions, while gas models are better for outdoor applications, as they can navigate rough terrain and produce emissions.
- Horizontal reach:This is an important factor to consider, as you need to know the furthest point of accessibility once you reach working height. Different lifts provide different reaches based on the materials you’re moving and the people on the lift.
- Terrain: While you might think that all you need to know about terrain is whether you’ll be indoors or out, you do need to consider more than that. Gas-powered models typically work better outdoors, but if your environment is especially rough, it is best to go with a rough terrain lift.
- Weight capacity:Think about how much weight you plan to lift at a time, and be realistic with yourself. You don’t want to lowball that number and wind up with a lift that can’t support the weight you need it to. Be sure to select an aerial lift that has a proper weight capacity for your needs.
- Working height:This is the furthest height the lift can safely reach and move baskets, booms, or forks. The working height should be your starting point when looking for a lift, as it is the most pertinent information.