United Rentals carries a comprehensive fleet of telescopic boom lift rentals, excellent for tasks such as window washing, sign maintenance and electrical work. Browse our listings of telescopic booms below.
For our full list of telescopic boom lifts, view the items below. For more information about telescopic boom lifts, visit our resource section.
Maximum lift height 180-185 ft. depending on model
Jib may be included depending on model; models vary by location
Maximum lift capacity from 500-750 lbs. depending on model
Uses: Ideal for utility, high-rise industrial and construction work at extreme heights
FAQs About Telescopic Boom Lifts
Telescopic boom lifts are a type of aerial work platform that have a telescoping mast, which allows the platform to extend and retract, giving you more reach and versatility when working at height. United Rentals carries telescopic boom lift rentals from choice manufacturers like JLG, Genie and more. Choose from telescoping boom lift rental models with features such as four-wheel drive or track mobility and diesel or electric power functionality. Our inventory ranges from small 37-foot to 44-foot telescopic boom lifts to high-reaching 180-foot to 185-foot telescopic boom lifts. Should you require more information before deciding on the right telescopic boom lift for rent, visit our FAQ section below.
A telescopic boom lift is a type of aerial platform that allows workers to complete tasks at heights requiring elevation beyond a person's standard reach. These tasks are usually several feet in the air, requiring extended points of access to assess, build or repair different construction elements on taller structures.
How does a telescopic boom work?
Telescopic booms have arms that are powered by hydraulic cylinders. The cylinders enable the mechanization of a tubing system, allowing the narrower inner tubes to extend and retract as needed.
How much does it cost to rent a telescopic boom lift?
The cost of a telescopic boom lift for rent will vary based on the brand, size and location you choose to rent from. For more information regarding rental pricing, enter your location to see rental rates for equipment near you or contact your closest United Rentals branch.