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When it comes to office printer and copier leasing, we are definitely the ‘RIGHT’ alternative.. Welcome to JR Copier Lease – the one stop destination for all your office equipment device lease requirements. With a huge selection of machines from industry leading brands like Brother, Xerox, Kyocera, Ricoh, Canon, Copystar, Konica Minolta, Toshiba, Kyocera and many more, feel free to take your pick from the very best that the market has to offer. We offer a wide range of printer and copy machine leasing and financing options, both in black and white as well as color output features and even a huge range of all-in-one devices that can take over your office documentation requirements with ease. Office printer and copy machine leasing has only one RIGHT solution – JR Copier Lease! Get in touch with our customer reps today for a quote on your favorite office machine.

What you should know when leasing a new copier

Equipment Needs

If this will be your office’s first copy machine, you might not need a copier that prints faster than 30ppm (pages per minute). Keep in mind that 30 pages per minute mean you receive 1 page every 2 seconds.

  • Do you need to print/copy in color?
  • Do you need 11×17 paper size capability?


It makes sense to lease a copier if you are absolutely certain that your business will be capable of paying your monthly charge for the entire contract term. A copier lease locks you into a year, two-year, or up to five year monthly contract.


A service contract is always recommended, since copiers are a machine and like most equipment parts do wear out and can be costly to repair, you should allow on average $o.o8 color prints and $0.01 for B&W, these prices do change with higher volumes.


Sometimes, your local authorized dealer or manufacturer may have their own in-house leasing program. This gives the adaptability to sustain regional services that might not satisfy the demands of business based programs. If your service credit scores is a bit low and you don't meet the demands of among these programs, ask your authorized dealer if they have an in-house program.

Our company believe that every client has one-of-a-kind requirements. That's why we offer our own in-house funding program. We know that not all organisations coincide and also not all workplace innovation organisations are either, so we do whatever we can to satisfy the demands of our customer's in helping them accomplish their organisation objectives.

If you are interested in learning more about our in-house financing program or if you just want to have a conversation about your business needs, contact us and request a meeting with one of our business technology consultants. Let us show you how we are different and how we can help you put business technology to work for you

Frequently Asked Questions | Copier Sales

Most frequent questions and answers


Leasing is commonly used to procure office equipment in today’s business world. Although, there are a few things you should consider before entering any lease agreement. Once the document is executed there is little you can do. Please pay close attention to some of the below areas to insure that your agreement is fair for both parties. We believe that nine out of ten customers never read a lease agreement before they sign it.

Read Your Lease Prior to Signing It

Always ask to see a copy of the agreement prior to agreeing or awarding a particular vendor your business. For many years we have had the unfortunate circumstance of witnessing customers that wished to switch over Vendors yet had no chance out. Their only choice was surrendering the payments into their new lease or to continue paying both the existing supplier as well as the new vendor for solution. By reviewing the file before authorizing it, you may discover a host of items that you never ever believed would certainly be included in such an arrangement. One of the most vital points to look for are End of Term Clauses, Price Boost Clauses, Automatic Renewal Clauses and also what your Lease consists of.

Including Service and Supplies on a Lease

If you don’t have the time to read all of this information please read this. Never and we mean never, include service and supplies in your lease agreement. The simplest way to compare this is, if you were buying or leasing a car would you buy all the gas (your toner) and all the oil changes (your maintenance) up front? Of course you wouldn’t so why would you do it with a piece of office equipment? Below are few reasons why this is a bad idea.

XYZ Company has a five year lease agreement with a local office equipment company. The agreement included service, supplies and required a Minimum amount of monthly copies/prints. They are not happy with the service and wish to either upgrade or have another local Authorized Dealer assume the service. The only way to do this is to pay both vendors for the service because you’ve already committed legally to a monthly payment which includes service, supplies and a certain amount of copies/prints. The leasing company isn’t concerned about the service, similar to borrowing money for a car, they just want their payment. You can protect yourself by requesting that the service and supplies be invoiced directly from the Dealer on a monthly or annual basis. Avoid signing any Service and Supply agreements for more than one year.

Fair Market Value, 10%, or Dollar Buyout

Most leases today are written with a Fair Market Value Purchase Option at the end of term. This means the leasing company will offer it to you at the end of lease for the Fair Market Value. This value may be hard to anticipate considering the lease may be five years. Most reputable Office Equipment Dealers will often request caps by the leasing company they deal with in regards to “Fair Market Value”. A reasonable Fair Market Value should be somewhere between 10 to 20% of the original price of the equipment and depends on the term of the agreement. Unfortunately, we have encountered competitive Fair Market Value buyouts as high as 50%.

Office equipment rates as well as values remain to decrease as well as you might have the ability to bargain a reasonable buyout with the renting business. Constantly bargain with the Leasing Firm, not the copier vendor. Numerous leasing companies may try to require you back to the supplier; you can advise them that the contract exists just between you as well as them, as well as they have a fiduciary duty of giving that info. Request the acquistion through fax or email and give them a time table in which you expect to see it.

Early Upgrades

Some organizations will never see the end of a five year lease. Most Office Equipment sales people are pushed to aggressively upgrade equipment in the third year of a five year lease. The most common tactics are, I can give you all new equipment cheaper (well remember equipment prices are plummeting) or (and this is the best one) we need to upgrade the equipment due to your volume. Well first of all copiers are rated way higher than you would expect, most desktop copiers today are rated for as much as 10,000 pages per month. With that being said, you really shouldn’t exceed more than about 50% of the Manufacturer’s Recommended Volume. Know the Manufacturer’s Recommended Monthly Volume prior to purchasing it and you can let them know you’re going to keep it and give them the option of repairing or removing it. Secondly, you can mention they should have never placed you in such a machine if it was incapable of handling your volume which they were aware of from the initial sales call. You should receive a minimum five year guarantee on any piece of equipment from the Dealer prior to purchasing it, which will avoid these problems. Reasonable early upgrades are 3 or fewer months prior to Lease Expiration. Anything earlier is merely an attempt to prevent you from competitively shopping. If you are unsure if they are rolling over remaining payments get a competitive quote on a similar machine.

Why do I have to ship it back?

At the end of your lease agreement you are responsible for sending the unit back to the leasing company. They still own it and they almost always want it. If you are upgrading with the same vendor they will often buy it or take care of shipping it back at no cost to you. The cost to do so should be approximately $300.00 to $500.00 per machine. Be sure to insure the device since you don’t own it.

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