Woodworking Equipment Leasing


Having the right equipment is crucial to staying competitive and keeping business operations running efficiently.

Preserve Your Working Capital

Lease payments are historically lower than loan payments, hence conserving cash for other uses. Also, by leasing equipment you know the amount and number of lease payments over the life of the leasing period, so you can accurately forecast cash requirements for your equipment.

Tax Benefits

Lease payments are treated as expenses on a company’s balance sheet therefore the equipment does not have to be depreciated over five to seven years.

Lessen Impact of Slow Paying Customers

When customer payments are overdue, your cash reserves must supplement that delay of income. Purchasing equipment outright depletes those reserves making it harder to absorb late payments.

Let the Equipment Pay for Itself

Lease the equipment for 60 months and let the equipment pay for itself through an increase in business.

  • Belt sanders
  • CNC routers
  • Door frame machines
  • Edgebanders
  • In-line boring machines
  • Mechanical routers
  • Moulders
  • Panel saws
  • Planers
  • Routers
  • Shapers
  • Sliding table saws