How Much Does It Cost to Rent Heavy Equipment From The Home Depot?
Posted by: Samuel Hirshfield on March 15, 2013
Here's the skinny.
When deciding on a budget for a project, it's crucial to know what you should expect to pay for the heavy equipment involved. This figure can be the difference between a modest landscaping budget and a small home loan. Renting equipment and doing the work yourself provides a cost-effective alternative for the weekend warrior on a budget. Fortunately, your local Home Depot offers competitive prices for heavy equipment rental. Here is what you can expect to pay for the Home Depot’s four most commonly rented pieces of equipment.
1) The Kubota BX25 Tractor Loader Backhoe. From landscaping to small scale demolitions, this tool will suit a variety of project needs. You can expect to pay between $174 and $1,868 for the Kubota, depending on the duration of your project. The best value found for most projects is the rent 3 get 4 free deal. For less than the price of a 3 day rental, you can keep the machine all week.
2) The Terex PT30 Compact Track Loader. This versatile piece of equipment will cost between $181 for 4 hours and $1,943 for the entire month.
3) The Z-Plugr Aerator and Seeder. The Z-Plugr can have your lawn looking luscious and healthy with less than a day’s worth of work. It will only cost you $139 for a 4 hour rental.
4) The Boxer 320 Compact Utility Loader. The Boxer will make the smallest dent in your budget, costing only $111 for a 4 hour rental.
For pricing on all other equipment, from backhoes to chipper shredders, check out The Home Depot’s heavy equipment rental partner, Compact Power Equipment Rental. What are some of your upcoming projects? Comment below!