6 ANSWERS FROM YOUR RENTAL EXPERT

We have asked Denis Morin, our rental expert, to answer 6 current questions our clients have when renting an industrial or commercial boiler.

1

How can a contingency plan lower my insurance costs?

The answer lies in the optimization of the response time!The contingency plan shows your insurer on paper that you are ready to react quickly to any eventuality. For an urgent need of power, we will already know where and how to install the rental boiler. You minimize production losses and keep your insurance costs low. Did you know that depending on your type of installation, the validation of your contingency plan for connections to your services can be done in just 24 hours? Do not wait any longer. And do not forget to inform your insurer when your plan is ready!

2

When does the rental fee start, and when does it end?

Rental charges begin when the temporary boiler is started. However, the installation costs vary according to your needs, the site site preparation, the availability of your equipment and resources. You can always count on the Servitech team to take care of your installation as soon as possible.

3

Who pays the loading / unloading and transportation costs?

Regardless of the type of installation, it is important to calculate these fees depending on the context of the field and the availability of your resources. Our priority is to deliver the best boiler to you as soon as possible. If your resources can help us speed the process, it will be to your advantage. Let’s evaluate these fees when signing the contract.

4

What type of connection would we need for easy installation?

Regardless of the type of boiler you need, it is highly recommended to have flexible or rigid connections. if you do not have any, the construction of these can be done locally or externally. It all depends on the resources you have. Our mission will always be to save you money.

5

How can we be sure the boiler is reliable?

6

Is your staff certified to enter my facility?

Our staff and partners are subject to the standards of the Régie du bâtiment du Québec. If your facilities have a specific protocol to work on, be certain that we will follow the necessary training and respect your security codes.