To rent a drywall lift from Home Depot, go to the Tool, Truck & Equipment Rental area of the website. Here, a drywall lift option is available, and by entering a ZIP code, the nearest Home Depot location appears. Contact this location to rent the equipment.
After entering the ZIP code into HomeDepot.com, estimated rental prices appear for a drywall lift. The options for rental are four hours, a day, a week or four weeks. To rent a drywall lift from Home Depot, a required deposit is necessary, though the price of the deposit and rental varies by location.
The drywall lift available from Home Depot is 11 feet and offers simple operation with only one hand. This eliminates the need for more than one person to work on projects, which helps to reduce labor costs and installation time. This equipment has an easy-to-use panel hoist that rolls into position, and the winch handle raises the panel to the right height. This lift has an 11-foot lifting height and a full 360-degree swivelling cradle that can lift drywall all the way to the ceiling. To keep the panel from sliding out of place, this equipment also has outriggers and support hooks to keep parts secure.