Getting access to high spots is a job for cherry pickers and scissor lifts.
But what about the really tough jobs?
Terrain is not always flat or easy to get across with smaller access equipment, so that's where you might need something a bit sturdier, such as the 43 foot rough terrain diesel scissor lift, which is designed to handle the trickier jobs.
This lift is usually put to use for tilt slab and cladding installation, as well as aircraft maintenance.
It's used by sign writers, shop fitters, electricians and even plumbers, as well as for all sorts of usual general construction work, facilities maintenance and outdoor broadcasting.
This mammoth lift features two extending decks with wide scissor stack stability, lateral levelling, folding deck rails and non-marking puncture proof tyres.
It will take a bit of work to get to your job site, requiring a tilt truck to take it away, but once there your lift hire will prove itself useful by gliding across just about any terrain with ease, helping you to get the job done.
Talk to the pros at your local Kennards for hire rates and availability.