Before you arrange with PAW Print for photocopier rental, read our handy guide to ensure that you get the best deal and that you know what to look out for when choosing your new appliance.
First of all, think about what you want to get out of your photocopier. Assess what your office requirements are, considering whether it has all the necessary features, if it can handle the volume of copying you expect to have, whether it’s fast enough and how expensive it is.
This will really help you narrow down your options, making picking a new photocopier much easier. There are so many models out there on the market that it can be hard – especially for new shoppers – to decide which one is right for them. A bit of research is always advisable.
Look at how many people you have in the office and try to predict how many copies per day will be made. Think about the size of paper you’ll be copying on, as you’ll need to have facilities to print on A3 if you need it for work. Remember that colour copying is more expensive than black and white so think whether you need this at all.
Other facilities you should decide if you need or not include a printer and a scanner. Most modern copiers will have these as standard but you will need to decide whether you want yours connected to your network or just serving one computer.
By buying your copier outright, you will be adding to your list of company assets but it can be very expensive, especially for smaller businesses. Think instead about leasing a photocopier. The benefits of this include tax deductible monthly payments and maintenance and service agreements as standard.