Choose wisely and get tips from an experienced company.
Some business owners that are starting in the spray foam business have less experience in choosing the right equipment for their business. This is something that most new business owners go through, but with the right advice, you can pick what your business and your customers need.
One of the first things to keep in mind is the purpose of the spray foam rig. Once you have established what you will be needing the spray foam rig for and for what kind of business it’s meant to be used for.
Do you need it for big industrial projects or are you selling it to contractors that are more focused on smaller jobs such as wall insulation?
Invest In The Right Spray Foam Rig
Before purchasing any spray foam rig, you need to take a step back and determine the investment you are about to make. There are many characteristics that spray foam rigs have, so it’s best to establish the kind of work you will use it for.
SprayWorks Equipment offers six types of rigs that can fit your business needs:
Portable Rig Series
Portable Rig Series is designed for low to medium-output type projects and any application where portability and basic operation is preferred.
Economy Rig Series
Economy Rig Series is designed for the budget minded contractor. Ideal for small residential and large commercial type SPF or Polyurea projects.
High Production Rig Series
High Production Rig Series is our most popular turn-key system. Designed for the serious minded spray foam contractor maximizing production and yields.
SMART Rig Series
SMART Rig Series offers the most data for your investment. Including SMART Machines designed with added capability, these rigs help refine job quotes and quickly identify loss in resources.
Custom Rig Series
Custom Rig Series is built for multipurpose use; from multi-crew to government projects, SprayWorks can customize any rig to fulfill your specific needs.
Box Trucks are best for the small business with residential sized projects including spray foam insulation for attics, crawl spaces, studs, and other small to midsize projects.