There are several things you need to consider before you buy a spray foam insulation rig or spray foam insulation equipment. Some contractors have large businesses and work on mainly large projects. Others have small companies or are just starting out and work on small projects. By choosing equipment wisely, both can invest just the right amount of capital into equipment that will serve them well. These are some guidelines to follow when how choosing a spray foam insulation rig or spray foam insulation equipment.
Step 1: Set Your Budget
Figure out how much money you can spend without compromising your business’s financial health. If you need new equipment but lack the total upfront cost, you can also take advantage of Intech’s financing options. Check out our financing calculator to help you understand your payment options to get the best equipment possible.
Step 2: Consider Both Used and New Spray Foam Insulation Equipment
Used spray foam insulation equipment may be better for your bottom line. Many contractors buy dependable used equipment to conserve costs. Since used equipment has already depreciated, you do not pay the higher upfront cost you would pay with new equipment. We inspect and test all our used machines so you can be confident that you are getting a good, serviceable spray foam insulation rig. Overall, good-quality used spray foam insulation equipment can effectively supplement your rig and provide more options for your business.
New machines also offer advantages. Though they have a higher upfront cost, they include a warranty and there are usually more compatible parts and accessories available, which makes updates and repairs easier. If you are looking for the latest technology such as data reporting and remote operation functionality, then a new spray foam machine will be more compatible with your needs.
Step 3: Select Your Spray Foam Insulation Rig
There are different types of mobile spray foam insulation rigs available for various spray foam project needs. Intech sells pre-set custom rig packages as well as completely customized rigs.
- The Classic Contractor Mobile Spray Foam Insulation Rig: This entry-level rig comes with the Graco E-20 and compatible equipment. It can handle mid-output tasks with ease and is designed for the budget-conscious spray foam contractor.
- The Interstate Series Mobile Spray Foam Insulation Rig: This rig’s components are carefully chosen to meet the demanding needs of a 40+hour work week. The package includes a 16-foot extended-height trailer and your choice of top-notch spray foam machines such as models from the Graco Reactor 2 series.
- The Pro Series Mobile Spray Foam Insulation Rig: If you need to customize your rig for specific types of commercial and industrial jobs, you should explore this is a setup. We propose equipment layouts based on your needs. Single, double, and triple proportioner layouts are possible, depending on your output needs, which gives you the potential for covering major ground each day.
Step 4: Tailor Your Spray Foam Insulation Equipment to Fit the Work You Do
Your equipment needs ultimately depend on the type of work you do. Whether it is slab jacking, roofing, residential insulation, or high volume commercial work, there are optimal equipment combinations that are perfect for your needs. To narrow your options while researching equipment choices, reflect on what has worked for you in the past and what is on your “wish list”. You can then seek out equipment with the specifications you need to improve output and application quality.
Step 5: When In Doubt, Speak With Our Sales Team
Our technical and support team stays on top of the latest industry developments. If you need information on the latest models or are considering changing brands, they can share what they know and help you choose a system that meets your needs and fits your budget.
Spray Foam Insulation Rigs and Equipment At Intech
If you have any questions about what rig is a good fit for your operations and budget contact us to discuss your options. We are always ready to help you find the equipment you need to grow your business.