When it comes to aerial challenges, MacAllister Rentals can help you complete the job whether you’re working inside in an extremely confined space or 185 feet in the air. Working in the air is serious business. We can offer you and your employees the utmost security and maneuverability to safely perform your aerial work.
For more details and pricing, call us at (877) 700-1945.
Equipment availability varies by location – call us at (877) 700-1945 for details. Learn which type of aerial lift is right for your job.
Our aerial lift rental fleet includes:
- Atrium lifts – up to 77′
- Boom lifts (electric, telescopic and articulating) – up to 185′
- Electric lifts (scissor and boom) – up to 66′
- Man lifts – up to 47′
- Material lifts
- Scissor lifts (electric and rough terrain) – up to 56′
- Towable lifts – up to 61′
Our inventory includes a full selection of man lift and aerial lift rentals from top industry brands including:
- JLG lift rentals
- Genie lift rentals
- Skyjack lift rentals
- Hybrid lift rentals
- Haulotte lift rentals
- MEC lift rentals
All of our lift rentals are tested to ensure the quality of the equipment so that our customers are provided the most reliable equipment for the job. We are dedicated to making sure our man lift rentals are able to safely elevate workers and materials to heights of 185 feet or more on any type of terrain. Additionally, our highly knowledge staff is here to offer support throughout the renting process and help customers find the right aerial lift rental for their specific needs. At MacAllister Rentals, our ultimate goal is to provide our customers maximum value for their boom or scissor lift rental.
Aerial Lift Rental Resources
View the JLG Aerial Work Platform Brochure for an overview of all aerial lifts, or select a page below. We also carry the Genie brand of aerial lifts. Both Genie and JLG are known for their versatile, high-quality equipment, and offer a wide range of options for working off the ground.
View these additional aerial lift rental resources:
- How to Choose the Right Aerial Lift
- Choosing the Right Type of Boom Lift
- Aerial Lift Rental Guide
- Choosing the Right Material Handling Lift
- Scissor Lift Uses, Information and Industry Applications
- Aerial Lift Operator Safety
Machine specs can vary from model year to model year. Consult the serial plate and/or operators & safety manual for accurate machine specs.
One of the key factors is choosing the right equipment. We have aerial scissor lift rentals that are the right size and flexibility for the job at hand. When you rent scissor lifts that are too small, they will not allow you to reach an adequate height, while a scissor lift that is too large will be difficult to maneuver in confined areas. In both cases, you’re making your job more difficult, and risk wasting time or creating an accident.
We rent a full line of aerial lifts including personnel lifts, electric and rough terrain scissor lifts, electric and telescopic and even towable boom lifts.
Rather buy than rent? No problem! MacAllister Rentals offers new and high-quality used aerial lifts for sale as well.
How To Choose The Right Aerial Lift To Rent
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Aerial Lifts for Rent Near You
When you team up with MacAllister Rentals for your aerial lift rentals, you’re giving yourself the best choice from a trusted rental company with years of experience. We have many locations to serve you better across Indiana and Michigan, in cities such as:
- Fort Wayne
- Traverse City
- Byron Center
- Brownstown Twp.
- Terre Haute
It doesn’t matter where you are, there’s a MacAllister Rentals near you. When your job requires an aerial scissor lift rental, give us a call. We can let you know which equipment we have available at your local MacAllister Rentals, and do our best to provide you with the equipment, service and support we’ve become known for.
Aerial Lift Rental Solutions for Every Job
Not all aerial or man lifts are created equal. Some are designed for fast, easy entry and exit, when you have to change positions or operators frequently. Others are designed for extremely long reach, with maximum stability. Still others can be deployed in rugged terrain, when you don’t have the choice to install on flat ground. Trying to use the wrong man lift rentals for your situation will result in frustration, wasted time and even a risk of accident. Opt instead for the perfect machine for the job.
You can check out our inventory of rental scissor lifts right here on our site. Simply click on the link for the different types of lifts. We include a description of each lift and a link to the manufacturer’s website for their own detailed specifications. This allows you to verify the reach and load rating of your lift before renting, removing all of the guesswork.
All of our equipment is carefully verified and maintained between uses. We carry the JLG and Genie brands of aerial lifts. Both are trusted brands known throughout the industry for their versatile, high-quality equipment. When your job requires a rough terrain scissor lift rental, we can deliver the right machine.
For each one of our aerial lifts for rent, we carry many different models to give you the greatest choice in features and reach. You can contact us two different ways:
- Fill in our online form with all of your questions on equipment availability and pricing
- Give us a call and let our helpful, knowledgeable staff know how they can help
In both cases, we’ll get back to you quickly and organize your aerial lift rental to suit your schedule and budget. If occasional use of a scissor lift is necessary, and you don’t want the expense of purchasing or maintaining it, MacAllister Rentals in Indiana and Michigan is your equipment rental solution. The same goes for a different type or size of lift than you currently have, such as personnel lift, scissor lift, atrium lift or articulated knuckle boom lift. Use us to rent rough terrain lifts you can rely on.
Contact us online or call us at (877) 700-1945 for your free quote.