How to Pay Less Than $14,000 for a $65,000 Tent OX System in 2021

From the time we rolled out the first Tent OX Tent Installation System several years ago – and right up to last week when we sold our most recent one – the most frequent question that led to a sale was, “What is it going to cost me?”

The surprising thing is that the cost question usually comes up after the customer had already decided to make the purchase!

In fact, virtually every customer buys a Tent OX to replace labor, which is any commercial tent rental company’s biggest cash drain. To help visually represent the scale of Tent OX cost-savings and efficiency, click on this infographic to see the dollars and common sense of it all.

This infographic shows how you can buy a Tent OX rather than a full-time employee and reduce your net cost to less than $14,000
What will a Tent OX System really cost your company? When you factor the labor savings and the opportunity to take on more jobs in a year, the net cost outlay is very appealing.

Savings example:

Let’s say a company decides to purchase a Tent OX System instead of hiring another second-tier crew member to get through the upcoming six-month season.

  • There is the roughly $65,000 cost for the Tent OX.
  • Then, subtract the cost of that employee you did not hire.
  • Finally, add in the value of additional jobs Tent OX will allow the company to take through the busy season.

The result? In this example, the total net cash outlay for the Tent OX is just under $14,000!

Bigger savings from the second year on

Every year moving forward, your only Tent OX costs will be fuel and maintenance. That means for as long as you own it, the labor savings, and the money this represents, will continue to add up year after year.

When you run your own numbers, you may see results much like this example. The best way to find out what exactly impact a Tent OX can have for your business is to have an initial conversation!


By diving deeper into this infographic, perhaps you will begin to think of Tent OX not as a way to spend money, but rather as a well-proven way to make money.