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 Brunswick Lift Rentals

Your #1 Locally Owned Provider of material handling and aerial lift equipment rentals and service

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Our Rentals

See Our Complete Rental Fleet


Boom Lifts

This lift can be maneuvered up and down as well as side to side. It has a 45 foot to 125 foot reach. Still referred to by some as “cherry pickers” after their original name, they are designed to take workers to elevated heights.

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Scissor lift

Our scissor lifts are platforms that can be moved upwards vertically, an action achieved with the use of linked, folding supports that crisscross as an “X” pattern known as a scissor mechanism. The platform on our small electric scissor lift goes straight up and down.



These telescopic handlers, or telehandlers, are sometimes referred to as a kind of forklift. They are driver operated and used to effectively pick up materials at construction sites. They have a capacity to lift from 400 to 12,000 pounds. While they look like forklifts, they have more of the capacity of a crane with the added versatility of a single telescopic boom that can extend forwards and upwards from the vehicle.


Fork Lifts

A forklift also called lift truck, jitney, fork truck, fork hoist, and forklift truck is a powered industrial truck used to lift and move materials over short distances.


Light Tower

All our light towers consiste of three spot lights powered by a generator. Great for illuminating any location while working in the dark or for any event.

Why Rent With Us?

Rent Local

We are a locally-owned and operated business.  As we are not part of a national chain, we are distinguished by our flexibility, easy accessibility, and 24-hour emergency service offered in Maritime Canada. 

Contact Us

New Brunswick Branch

665 Malenfant Blvd.
Dieppe, NB E1A 5T8

Branch Manager - Kevin Stevens


Nova Scotia Branch

56 Wright Ave

Dartmouth, NS B3B 1H3 

Branch Manager - Scott Bishop


PEI Branch

240 Mason Road

Stratford, PE  C1B 2EP

Territory Manager - Craig Ling


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