Home improvement projects are easy and affordable, when you do it yourself with tools rented from Tri-County Rental.
If the equipment isn’t being used 60 to 70 percent of the time, consider renting rather than owning, especially during peak periods to meet demands. In this case, don’t tie up working capital in equipment purchases.
You will have many decisions to make and an infinite number of details to arrange. Tri-County Rental can help you create the wedding of your dreams. From table settings to tents, renting is easy and affordable.
Stihl offers homeowners and professionals a convenient and reliable solution for their multitude of landscaping chores. Call Tri-County Rental, your local Stihl dealer, and see how Stihl can help you with your yard.
Call Tri-County Rental and describe the project you would like to complete with rented equipment. When rental store personnel know the details of your project, they can recommend exactly the type and size of equipment you’ll need for most home improvement or repair projects. They also will help you organize the additional supplies you’ll need to complete the job correctly. Many rental stores carry all the extras, such as sandpaper or detergent for example, to do a professional job.
Tri-County Rental carries only the most reliable and reputable equipment .... Make sure that you are renting the best for the job. Ask questions and explain your needs.
Before you go to the rental store, organize the work area so you can use the equipment right away when you bring it home. For example, if you're shampooing a carpet, remove furniture from the room before you pick up the carpet cleaner. This preparation can save you money because the rental center charges for the time the equipment is in your possession ... not for the time you actually spend using it.
When you pick up the equipment, the rental store employee will explain how to use it safely and correctly. If you don't understand the instructions or feel uncomfortable about, operating the equipment, ask for mote information.
Make sure you understand the rental store's rates, store hours, and policy for returns. Depending on the rental store, you may be able to rent equipment by the hour, half day, day, week or month. Generally, hourly rates have a set minimum time that is less expensive than renting for the entire day.
Make sure you understand your responsibility for the equipment. Generally, the rental store is responsible for equipment maintenance and will replace equipment that breads down during normal use. But when damage occurs because of a customer's negligence or misuse, he or she is responsible for repair or replacement. For expensive equipment in your possession, construction equipment and tents are examples, you may need to provide onsite security or purchase temporary insurance. Review your invoice carefully. It is more than just a receipt, it's a legal contract.