United Rentals Branches to Host Nationwide Equipment Sale Dec. 6

United Rentals will host its first-ever nationwide Used Equipment Sale on Thursday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time. The sale will be staged at more than 120 participating branches in the United States, giving buyers the opportunity to acquire quality equipment from a reputable supplier at a fraction of its original cost, the company said.

United Rentals equipment specialists will be on hand at each branch to answer questions about applications and safe operation. More than 20,000 items from manufacturers including Multiquip, JLG, Genie and Case will be offered for sale in categories ranging from boomlifts, scissorlifts, backhoes, dozers and trenchers, to mixers, air tools, compressors, power tools and more.

Unless otherwise specified, equipment available for sale has been utilized exclusively in the company's rental fleet, and has been maintained and inspected by United Rentals’ service technicians prior to sale to ensure equipment is ready to work. In addition, equipment is backed by United Rentals via two optional service programs: Make it Right — $99 coverage that waives repair costs to the buyer for 30 days; and United Guard — comprehensive coverage that reduces costs and ensures service for a term of six months to three years at company branches nationwide.

The sale, which is timed to give buyers the benefit of IRS Section 179: 100-percent deduction taken this year for equipment bought before year-end, will be facilitated by financing options made available through an arrangement with Captive Finance, including flexible terms and payment plans.

To learn more, find a sale location near you, browse current inventory, or schedule an appointment, visit Prospective buyers may also visit any participating United Rentals location on Dec. 6 with no appointment required.

Headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., United Rentals is No. 1 on the RER 100.

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