Common Projects that May Require Strength of an Electrical Demolition Hammer

An electrical demolition hammer is one of the most useful tools you can find. Although they are expensive to purchase, renting one from an equipment rental service provides an excellent way of getting a heavy duty demolition job done quickly. Here are some common uses for an electrical demolition hammer:

Concrete Steps and Walls

Maybe you’re planning on replacing old concrete steps or a concrete retaining wall, or maybe you just want it gone. An electric demolition hammer is a great way to get the job done. When using your electric demolition hammer, be sure to follow all the necessary safety precautions.

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Brick Paths and Structures

Like concrete, brick is a heavy and tough material. Once bricks are laid with mortar, they are difficult to reuse, and many people just demolish them. Rather than risking injury with a sledgehammer or some other kind of manual tool, an electricdemolition hammer will make your project much easier, and you will finish much more quickly. 

Wood Planks and Other Structures

Electric demolition hammers can take on a wide variety of materials, including wood.  If you’re trying to get rid of wood planks or other wooden materials, then an electric demolition hammer can be a useful tool.  

Foundations

Foundations are designed to be extremely strong, and often require a heavy tool such as an electric demolition hammer to break apart. Whether its stone or concrete, an electric demolition hammer will drill right through.

Call A-1 Equipment Rental Center if you need an electric demolition hammer. We offer a wide variety of rental tools for the serious DIY homeowner or professional. Don’t invest in an expensive tool that you only need for a single or specific job. Our equipment rental can offer you the tools you need, now. We also offer other rentals, like party rentals and truck rentals, and tractor rentals. To learn more about our tool rental service, visit our website or call us at (650) 369-2992.


Want to Learn More about Home Improvement? Check out These Great Resources!

Whether you are a construction worker, an avid do-it-yourselfer, or an engaged homeowner, you’ll need the right tools before you tackle a project. To learn more, have a look at these helpful resources from around the web:

Whatever the project you’re undertaking, A-1 Equipment Rental has the tools you need to complete the job. To learn more about our tool and equipment rental services, visit our website or dial (650) 369-2992.


Prepare for a Winter in California with These Home-Insulation Projects

California winters may not bring blizzards, black outs, and snow days, but the heavy rain and sharp winds coming from the Pacific Ocean can wreak their own havoc on your home. Winterizing your California home may involve different steps then a home in, say, Minnesota, but taking precaution is equally as important if you want to stay warm and keep heating costs low this winter:

Repair Your Windows

Between 15 to 35 percent of heat loss during the wintertime can be attributed to poorly insulated windows. If you have old, cracked windows, then replace them and install insulating panels on the interior side of your window frames. This will prevent air from escaping your home.

Seal Your Foundation

Winters in California bring heavy rainfall, so be sure to seal your foundation to prevent flooding. If you own a boat, then be sure to seal cracks in the deck and the window frames. If your home has a basement, then be sure to keep it dry throughout the winter to thwart mold growth.

Cover Your Pool

If you’re like many California homeowners, then your home probably has a pool, and all the rain that is headed your way is sure to throw off the PH balance of the chlorine. However, covering your pool will keep it healthy and balanced until you can enjoy it again in the spring.

Trim Your Landscape

While California winters can be mild, the winds can be unforgiving, especially if you have tall trees next to your home. To prevent damage to your home this winter, purchase saws, wood chippers, and rakes from your local equipment rental store.

You don’t need a professional to winterize your home, but you will need the right equipment and tools. For this, visit A-1 Equipment Rental. We have all of the power tools, trucks, and hardware equipment you need to prepare for a California winter. Stop by and ask about our tool rental services or call (650) 369-2992.

 


Want to Save Money? Choose the Right Insulation for your Home.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, between 50 and 70 percent of the energy used in homes is for heating and cooling. This means that properly insulating your home will create a more comfortable and consistent indoor climate while significantly lowering your monthly energy costs. But before you go out and purchase home insulation, it’s a good idea to know the different types to choose from.

You can learn about the different types of home insulation in this free video. You’ll learn about loose blow-in insulation, flat insulation, and even “blue” insulation, an environmentally friendly product that is made from recycled materials.

Once you figure out what type of insulation you want, contact A-1 Equipment Rental for the tools and equipment you need to complete the job. To inquire about a specific tool or piece of equipment, contact us online or dial (650) 369-2992.


Three Jobs That Require Concrete Tools

The construction industry is a major source of employment here in the United States. As one of the most profitable and diverse industries in the world, the construction trade encompasses a wide range of disciplines, from steamfitters and painters to tapers and glaziers—and each one of these jobs require a particular set of tools. Without specialized tools to assist in the mixing, laying, finishing, and cutting of concrete, these professionals would be unable to work with concrete.

 Concrete Masons

Concrete masons are in charge of organizing and distributing cement throughout various places in a project. Concrete masons use towable mixers, knockdown mixers, and wheelbarrows—basically anything that makes it easier to transport and mix concrete.

 Concrete Finishers

Concrete finishers are responsible for creating the smooth, unbroken appearance that we associate with concrete structures like sidewalks and pillars. The most common tool found in a concrete finisher’s toolbox is the bull float, a finishing tool that smoothes fresh concrete surfaces. Depending on the nature of a construction project, concrete finishers may either choose to purchase a bull float or rent one from a tool rental company.

 Segmental Pavers

When necessary, finished concrete slabs may need to be cut and arranged in order to create paths, patios, driveways, and steps. One of the most important tools for segmental pavers is a concrete vibrator, a device which re-liquefies existing concrete surrounding an area that needs to be patched.

Whether you are a construction professional or a do-it-yourselfer, A-1 Equipment Rental has the construction tools you need to get the job done quickly. We rent towable mixers, concrete troweling machines, bull floats, Jitterbug Tamps, pencil vibrators, and much more! To learn more about our equipment rental services, contact us online or dial (650) 369-2992.

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