10 June 2021 | buy or rent roll cages?, cages, checking stock levels, how to solve roll cage problem, laundry cages, lockdown”, need more cages, need more roll cages, pros and cons renting roll cages, roll container rental, rollcage, rollcages, running out of roll cages, transit equipment, UK

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

This old adage isn’t always correct and if you follow the advice of Richard Carlson Phd[i] - (an expert on happiness and stress reduction), he said:  

“In fact, the suspicion, cynicism, and doubt that are inherent in this belief can and does keep people from taking advantage of excellent opportunities.”

When we tell you our roll cage rental deal is like no other and that it’s guaranteed to save you money, you should believe us because we are the only roll cage rental company that returns your lost cages to you free of charge.  The others simply let you lose them then charge you for doing so.  Ouch!

How can we do this, you ask? 

Is it because we charge more per day? No, our rental charges are competitive.

Are the cages cheap and nasty? Certainly not.

Do they carry some kind of fancy tracking device?  No, they don’t work.

Is it just some marketing flimflam?  I resent that.

Actually we do it the tried and tested way. 

We have teams of recovery officers working across the country tracking down and recovering lost and stolen equipment and, when they find your lost cages, we let you know and you can either have replacements or de-hire them- at no extra cost. 

No other rental company can do this, which means our service is not only unique but better value for money.  Just ask our competitors what happens when you lose their cages.

So, the next time you are thinking of buying or renting roll cages, get in touch with us because we are the company that takes the pain out of renting. 

You don’t need to look this gift horse in the mouth; it has all its own teeth.

[i] Author of bestseller “Don’t sweat the small stuff”.  

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