Is your Car in Need of Maintenance?

Cars are incredibly heavy objects, but with a floor jack, you can lift up your car with ease to perform any necessary maintenance.

A floor jack is a portable, hydraulic lifting device which can be conveniently maneuvered beneath your home. When you jack the pump up and down, hydraulic fluid is forced into the cylinder, which raises the jack and, consequently, the car.

A-1 Equipment Rental Center has the tool you need, regardless of the job. If you have a big project, we’re the ones to call for tools, advice, and assistance. To ask about our tool rentals, visit our website or call (650) 369-2992.


Need to Take a Large Load to the Dump? Renting a Truck Can Save You Time!

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Without the right equipment rental, taking an extra large load to the dump can be time-consuming and problematic. Make sure you rent a truck that is large enough to fit your entire load to save time, energy, and money. Consider the following truck rentals to make it easier to drop off your trash:

Pickup Truck

With the ability to carry a ½ ton, pickup trucks make it easy to take large loads to the dump in one trip. If you can fit the entire load into the back of the truck, you will only need to take one trip to the dump. Renting a truck makes it easy to dispose of larger loads without too much extra time and effort.

Moving Van

If you are getting rid of a lot of larger items, like old furniture, a moving van can help you get to the dump more efficiently. Choose between a fourteen and a twenty-five foot van to load up all of your garbage. Getting a vehicle large enough to encompass the whole load can help you bypass potential usage fees at the dumpsite. Whether you are cleaning out a deceased relative’s house or just downgrading your own, you will have the space you need.

Dump Truck

Make your trip to the dump more genuine with an actual dump truck. With more than enough room for a lot of garbage, it is extremely easy to load and unload one of these heavy-duty trucks. Before you know it, you will have made your trip to the dump. The sooner you get rid of the garbage, the sooner you can return the truck.

When you need to take a lot of garbage to the dump, A-1 Equipment Rental Center can help. We have the trucks, tools, and equipment you need to safely and efficiently finish any project. To ask about a rental truck, visit our website or call (650) 369-2992.


Walk-Behind Trencher vs. Ride-On Trencher: Which is Right for Your Project?

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When you need to make trenches, finding the right trencher is integral to the success of your project. Before you decide on your equipment rental, learn more about the different kinds of trenchers available to you. Keep reading to decide if a walk behind or ride-on model is the best for your job:

Walk-Behind

As an operator-propelled machine, a walk-behind trencher is easy to use and to control. It can easily fit through narrow spaces, including gates and doorways. The wide pneumatic tires with tubes give it the traction it needs to dig quality trenches. This tool is perfect for jobs that require trenches that are 12 or 18 inches deep. If you are not familiar with trenches and how they work, a walk-behind has a simple operating system that is easy even for beginners.

Ride-On

At 85.2 inches tall, 149.5 inches long, and 57.5 inches wide, a ride-on trencher means business. The oil tank has a capacity for 9 gallons, and the oil system can hold 12.5 gallons. The 3-cylinder engine can displace 125 cubic inches. Ride-on trenches are for larger jobs. Traveling up to 4.2 MPH, you can dig some serious holes with this fine piece of machinery. A ride-on trencher is better for jobs that need a lot of strong digging. If you have experience with heavy machinery like this, a ride-on trencher could be just what you need to get the job done.

A-1 Equipment Rental Center has both walk-behind and ride-on trencher rentals to help you complete every project. Let us provide the tools and equipment for your San Mateo and Santa Clara County, Los Altos, Sunnyvale, San Jose, or Fremont do-it-yourself projects. To learn more, visit us online or call (650) 369-2992.


Are You Trying to Save Money?

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In today’s economy, everyone is trying to save money where they can. One of the easiest ways to save a few bucks is to rent the tools and equipment you need for home construction projects and repairs instead of buying them outright. For more information about our recent blog topics, check out these helpful resources from around the web:

  • The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC) provides ten tips for dealing with water damaged property in this article from Idaho.gov.
  • The most important thing you can do in the event of a flood or water damaged property is to act immediately. For some helpful tips on how to organize cleanup efforts, take a look at this guide from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
  • While it’s best to contact your insurance company right away in the event of flooding, this article from About.com will give you more information about what your insurance policy might cover.
  • Thinking about a home renovation project? If so, then check out this home renovation checklist from CNN.com for some helpful tips to get started.  
  • This article from the Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health will give you some helpful ladder safety tips to keep you safe during your next building project.

From basic plumbing tools to heavy-duty construction, A-1 Equipment Rental Center has all the right stuff at all the right prices. For more information, visit our website or dial (650) 369-2992.


Basic Plumbing Tools You Will Need For Your Next Project

Plumbing repairs can be pricey, but when it comes to most clogs and leaks, you probably don’t have to call a plumber. With the right tools (and a bit of knowhow), you can save yourself time and money when it comes to household plumbing repairs. To learn more about the basic tools that you’ll need in the event of a plumbing problem, take a look at this video.

Some of the basic plumbing tools that you’ll need include dual-adhesive plumber’s tape, flexible PEX pipe, a water closet auger, and a water shut-off key. You can find all of these plumbing tools and more right here at A-1 Equipment Rental Center. From plumbing snakes and snap cutters to pipe cameras and electric pipe threaders, A-1 Equipment Rental Center has it all. For more information about our complete inventory of rental plumbing tools and equipment, visit our website or dial (650) 369-2992.


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