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What You Need To Know About Renting Tools

We can help with your home improvement projects. Our well-stocked tool rental inventory has everything necessary to get the job done right no matter what size project you decide to take on. We also offer truck rentals, so you can transport large items safely, without damaging your own vehicle. 

With rental centers available in most of our stores nationwide, we make renting tools easy. We offer competitive prices for all of our rental services, and several different tool rental rate options for your convenience. 

Before You Rent a Tool 

Before you come to one of our Tool Rental Centers to rent a tool from us, don’t forget to bring a proper form of ID - driver’s license, state ID, passport, military ID card or Mexican CID to our rental center. You have to be at least 18 years old to rent a tool from us. Please bring a valid ID and a credit card for the tool rental deposit, it’s the only form of deposit we take.

Renting tools has its advantages. You don’t have to store or maintain them. When you’re done, just bring it back. We’ll take care of it. You might need a floor sander rental to refurbish your hardwood floors. If you only pressure wash a few times per year, consider a pressure washer rental. There's no upkeep or storage necessary. Whether you’re tailgating or have a project that needs some power, consider a generator rental. Big landscaping projects might require a rototiller rental. You’ll get a professional quality tool to get the job done.

About Used Equipment

Every time a tool comes back to a Tool Rental Center, we make sure it’s in top shape. Our tool rentals are always high quality because we buy new tools for you to rent, then cycle the used ones out to you for purchase, while still in good working condition. All used rental equipment for sale is serviced between rentals, tested and inspected prior to being placed for sale, and sold “as-is.”