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Leasing vs. Buying Your Next Office Copier

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Everything You Should Know About Commercial Copier Leasing

Every modern-day business has an office copier and printer, regardless of its size. You might need a small machine that sits in a home office, or a large system that services a bigger group. Either way, you have endless options and a range of price points, which can be overwhelming. If you’re unsure about the device you need and how to finance it, we’re here to help.

High-quality machines come with high prices, so you might ask yourself, “Should I just pay the full price upfront, or lease it over the next few years?” Both options have pros and cons, and we’ve listed them out to help you make the right decision for your business.


How Commercial Copier Leasing Could Work For Your Business

High-quality, large devices can print super detailed documents and hundreds of pages in a matter of minutes. With endless high-tech features, your company can easily adapt to growth. But these printers obviously cost more, so if you have the budget, you’ll find it worth your while to put the extra dollars into a powerful machine that will last over time.

If you’re a small business, you might find copier leasing beneficial for several reasons. First, you’ll have low upfront costs. And if you lease with UBS, you’ll pay $0 upfront. That’s a guarantee. And you won’t have to worry about reselling your old device because we take care of the disposal process.

Still Not Sure About Leasing?

You should take the size of your business into consideration, as well as your office needs. See our commercial leasing services page to learn more about what option may be right for you.

When Buying a Copier is the Better Option

If you have the money upfront, buying might be the obvious choice. Your device will be less expensive without any interest, you won’t be locked into a contract, and you’ll have more freedom to hire outside help if the machine has any technical issues. And if you no longer want the printer, you can resell it, whereas you can’t resell a device if you’re still in a leasing agreement.

So, What’s the Best Option for You?

Well, it really depends. Check out our commercial copier leasing page for more information and feel free to use the contact form there to get in touch with one of our team members!