Home Depot stores offer tool rental on a first-come, first-serve basis. Visit or call your local Home Depot store for specific information on pricing and availability of rental tools. To rent equipment, Home Depot requires identification and a deposit or credit card.
Tools are available for rental from Home Depot for a four-hour period, daily, weekly, monthly or as long as is needed to complete the project. Before leaving the store, an associate checks the tool to make sure it works properly. The associate can also demonstrate how the tool is operated. While most tools fit in a car or truck, Home Depot also offers hourly truck rental if you need help with larger, heavier items.
If you have any issues while working with the equipment, you can bring it back to the store to get a replacement. Home Depot offers Damage Protection, which protects you, as the renter, from repair costs for damage caused by normal use.
Most Home Depot stores offer a wide variety of tools for rent, from small hand tools to large, professional machinery. The Tool Rental Centers are open hours comparable to regular store hours. Home Depot Tool Rental Centers provide equipment for most home improvement and professional jobs, including plumbing, gardening, concrete and demolition.