A signed rental agreement, deposit, and insurance are required on all rentals.

Rental Agreement

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  • All Lessees are required to complete and sign a rental agreement stating that the lessee is solely responsible for any and all damage, theft, or loss of equipment and are solely financially responsible for any and all repair or replacement costs associated with said equipment. Additionally, the rental agreement outlines terms and conditions for the return of equipment, billing, and handling of equipment.


  • A 50% percent non-refundable deposit and major credit card are required at the time of signing the rental agreement and reserving your rental. The full value of this deposit will then be credited towards the invoice for your rental. Invoices will be sent out immediately following pick up of equipment, and payment is due within 2 weeks of the end of the rental period, unless payment options have been discussed and agreed upon beforehand. If you cancel your rental, you will forfeit your deposit. If you fail to pick up your rental, you will be charged the full cost of the rental. If you fail to return a rental within the specified time of the rental agreement, you will be charged 1 day's rental for each day, until the equipment is returned.


  • Company or Customer Name must be listed on the Insurance Certificate. Haban Media Works, LLC must be listed as "Certificate Holder" on the Insurance Certificate, and Haban Media Works, LLC be listed as "Loss Payee" on the Insurance Certificate. Amount of insurance coverage should be no less than the total Replacement Value of the equipment being rented. Actual Cash Value is not acceptable. Insurance Certificate must show Miscellaneous Equip Coverage (or Inland Marine; covering transit) under "Other" on the Insurance Certificate. Effective Dates must be for the Rental possession dates, with an added 1 day before and one day after to allow for pick up and delivery. Lessee agrees to pay any and all deductible. Customers should strongly consider Loss of Use coverage, since rental charges continue to be incured until a loss or damage claim is paid, or the equipment is returned or repaired.