If concrete mixing and pouring isn’t part of your everyday life, there’s no reason to own your own tools for these types of projects—especially when you can rent them instead. Additionally, some concrete contractors need to rent concrete tools when their own have broken down. Here’s our guide to some of the concrete rental tools available through Ram Rent-All, Inc. in Monroe, LA.
There are both gas- and electric-powered concrete mixers available, which can help keep your concrete smooth and pourable as long as you need. Concrete mixers can be had in portable models as well as high-capacity commercial or industrial versions. Depending on your needs, you should be able to find a concrete mixer that works for your job site.
If you need tools for breaking up big concrete slabs in Monroe, LA, a concrete breaker will do the trick. This is basically an electric jackhammer. Instead of chipping away at concrete bit by bit, a concrete breaker lends almost 50 pounds of impact to blast apart masonry and concrete.
Concrete vibrators are especially important for walls and foundations—they help consolidate the concrete and ensure it’s as durable and sturdy as possible. They eliminate trapped air bubbles, which can weaken the concrete. Whether you need one to replace a broken-down model or you’re pouring your own walls and foundations, we have concrete vibrators available to rent.
Transporting and dumping concrete is easy with the help of this specialized buggy. Most concrete buggies come with gas engines, all-terrain tires and standing platforms. They typically run at about six miles per hour, which is fast enough for a job site without running into safety issues.
Concrete paver saw
When you’re laying stone or concrete pavers, a paver saw can come in quite handy. They’re capable of cutting through bricks and concrete pavers, so you can fill in every space as precisely as necessary. Most of them use a diamond-impregnated blade for accuracy and power, and have a gliding cutting table.
When you need to make long cuts in concrete, a concrete saw is a good choice. This walk-behind tool allows you to make dry or wet cuts, up to seven inches deep. (It’s often a good idea to make several passes instead of one long, deep cut, however.)
Concrete core drill
When you need to drill holes in reinforced concrete, a concrete core drill will get the job done right. There are plenty of models that support wet and dry drilling, up to 16 inches in diameter.
Need to smooth down a concrete surface, remove epoxy coatings and more? A concrete core drill can make it happen. These tools can remove up to 1/32 of an inch from a 250-square-foot space in as little as an hour.
When you need concrete rental tools in Monroe, LA, call Ram Rent-All, Inc. today. We’d be glad to supply all the concrete tools you need for your DIY or professional project.