There are lots of jobs out there which need certain services, especially when it comes to paper. Many those services relate to copying other papers. However, not everybody has a copier or can go back and forth to do copies constantly. We have read about another option referred to as copier leasing.
The amount of time you can have the copier is determined by the lease which you agreed to. However, many are around 3 to 5 years i have found. Just realize that most of these do not bring about your owning the copier once you are done with the lease.
The total amount that you pay won't be dependent on just how long the lease is but the type of copier. A fundamental copier will cost a lot less to lease than one that does multiple jobs or that handles making a large amount of copies.
Should you choose come to the end of the lease, you will generally have to send it to the company that leased it to you personally. However, there are firms that will let you buy the copier outright in the current value of the model.
If I was running a business and could not afford to obtain a good copier for my needs, i then would consider carrying this out. Like anything else, I simply recommend finding a model and lease that matches your needs and budget. It ought to help pay for itself if it helps you make copies for your business.