ROI, or return on investment, is important to consider and calculate when purchasing new tools or assets for your company. The Equipter 4000 is a striking and revolutionary tool that boosts the productivity of roofing companies. In this article, you’ll learn about ROI so you can evaluate just how much, in a tangible dollar amount, the Equipter can be an asset to your company.
Calculating ROI can be daunting, but the basics are easy to understand. First you have the investment cost, which is the initial purchase price of equipment as well as any additional costs associated with its acquisition such as delivery, taxes and financing fees. The second number to understand is cost savings, the ability of the equipment to allow you to complete projects more quickly. At Equipter, the number we frequently hear from our contractors is that their jobsite efficiency increases by 30% when using the Equipter 4000. This can mean two to four more closed jobs a month and reduce the need for more workers on the ground for clean-up.
To help you see your potential return on investment with the Equipter, we built an interactive profit calculator tool. The only information you will need to supply to calculate your ROI is your yearly revenue (this information is not stored anywhere). The increase in efficiency value is already prepopulated as is the initial investment cost of purchasing an Equipter. You can update both numbers if you like. For example, you can add taxes and delivery from a Build Quote onto the cost of an Equipter. The number of crew fields will multiply the number of Equipter 4000s needed for a company. Most businesses starting out can leave this number at one, meaning one Equipter 4000 for one crew. Once you hit the calculate button, you will see the net profit increase for the first year of use. To see net profit over several years, multiply the number of years and your yearly revenue total. For example, if you would like to see the ROI over a 3-year period, multiply your yearly revenue on the first line by three. In industries where an equipment investment can be substantial, a common guideline is to aim for an ROI period of 1 to 3 years.
One area where the Equipter shines is in its residual value. Once you see how much your net profit will increase over the first three years using the ROI calculator, you should also note that the Equipter 4000 historically retains its market value very well. Whereas some specialized equipment may see accelerated depreciation or obsolescence, the Equipter has been in business since 2004 and an astounding number of early units are still in use in the field today. The Equipter is built in America and built to last. Its equipment lifespan far exceeds other tools in its category.
Once you see the benefit of the Equipter 4000 for your business in actual dollar value, you will see why it has such sudden and long-lasting positive financial impacts for businesses across America. To build the package that is right for you, you can use our Build + Buy system.
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