Machinery Appraisals

A Machinery Appraiser You Can Trust

Certified machinery and equipment appraiser for all industries nationwide.

Know the True Value of Your Equipment and Machinery

When you own a business, you will face the question of how much your equipment is truly worth. This is often much different than book value, and you must be able to substantiate any value claims.

A certified machinery and equipment appraiser has the knowledge and training to give this insight. From large manufacturing machines to small hand tools, a qualified appraiser can evaluate the fair market value of your machinery and equipment.

Through the appraisal process, you can gain an understanding of the health of your business, reveal underlying issues, and make informed decisions that position you for long-term success.

Contact us for a professional industrial machinery appraisal.

Reliable Machinery Appraisal for All Industries and Applications

From Certified Public Accountants and manufacturers to attorneys and business brokers, many business owners find themselves in need of machinery appraisal.

We help owners in a wide variety of industries understand the fair market value of their equipment. We can give you the appraisal information you need for large factories filled with heavy industrial machinery, one office of commercial equipment, and everything in between. 

Whether you are establishing value for accounting, insurance, tax, or financial reporting purposes, we have you covered. Our appraisal process reflects the true value of your equipment outlined for any use.

Only Trust a Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser

Our certified machinery and equipment appraisers hold many certifications. This includes both Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraiser (CMEA) and Expert Equipment Certified Appraiser (EECA) credentials.

These certifications mean we uphold the highest standards of professional ethics and performance. We always act in your best interest, giving you a knowledgeable, honest valuation based on our extensive experience.

How It Works

Step One: Contact Us to Get Started

Message or call our office to schedule a machinery appraisal appointment.

We can answer any questions about the process, the value definitions you need, and our experience in your industry.

Step Two: Schedule Your Machinery Appraisal

The appraisal process requires a detailed inspection of the machinery, considering factors such as age, condition, and market demand.

If you need an on-site machinery valuation, we can discuss how we can schedule that to work for your business.

Step Three: Get Your Appraisal Results

Your appraiser will provide a written report informing various critical business decisions. We are available to answer any questions about your appraisal report.

Machinery Appraisal Pricing

Your business is unique, and so are your machinery appraisal needs. We offer affordable commercial machinery appraisals you can trust.

Please send us a message with your business details for a personalized quote.

Get the Information You Need to Move Forward

We are commercial machinery appraisal experts and your partner in business valuation. Whether you need machinery appraisal to grow your business or move on to other goals ahead of you, we can help.

Contact us to schedule your industrial machinery appraisal today.

  • Asset Based Lenders
  • Attorneys
  • Bankers
  • Investment Banks
  • Private Equity Firms
  • Credit Unions
  • Commercial Lenders
  • Business Brokers
  • CPAs
  • Business Buyers
  • Business Sellers
  • Merger & Acquisition Professionals

Truman Mox, Inc provides Machinery and Equipment Appraisals for Numerous Types of Equipment Including:

  • CNC Machining Centers
  • Lathes
  • Boring Machines
  • Milling Machines
  • Grinders
  • Welders
  • Laser Cutting Machines
  • Routers
  • Presses
  • Water Jet Machines
  • Inspection Machines
  • Plasma Machines
  • Vertical and Horizontal Saws
  • And More

Reasons for a Machinery Appraiser

  • Bank Collateral
  • Bank Workout
  • Refinancing
  • Private Equity Due Diligence
  • Bankruptcy
  • Allocation of Purchase Price
  • Estate Settlement
  • Buy/Sell Arrangements
  • Divorce
  • Lease Negotiation
  • Taxation
  • Form 8283
  • SBA Loan
  • Mergers and Acquisitions