Make Deconstruction a Breeze by Renting Demolition Equipment from A Tool Shed

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You embark on a remodeling project to enhance and enrich a space for your own enjoyment, but demolition can be just as much fun when you have the right tools. There’s just something about wielding a giant hammer that gets the blood pumping; it’s hard work, though, and some surfaces need the extra power of heavy-duty demolition equipment. Rent the demolition tools you need from A Tool Shed, offering northern California’s widest selection of rental equipment, including the following:

Demolition Hammer: You’ve seen construction workers use this kind of hammer to break up concrete, but they are useful in demolishing any type of hard surface. We offer three different degrees of force—35 lbs., 45 lbs., and 60 lbs.—for you to choose from based on the task at hand.  Operating a demolition hammer requires a strong grip and attention to safety. Here’s a tip: Start on the edges of a floor to avoid debris issues later.

Bushing Tool: Use a bushing tool attachment with your hammer in order to rough out, carve, or texture masonry, concrete, or asphalt. Bushing tools can also prepare a concrete or asphalt surface for resurfacing. This tool’s multiple tips spread out the force exerted onto the surface when you want to add texture or remove just a portion of the material. Pick one up at A Tool Shed; we’ll pay the sales tax.

Sledge Hammer: A sledge hammer is one of those classic multi-purpose, must-have tools for demolition. For jobs that don’t require the power of an electric demolition hammer, use a sledge hammer instead for more accuracy. Be sure to wear safety goggles, gloves, and a hardhat to stay safe from debris. Use proper form when using a sledge hammer to utilize the head’s weight and save your back from undue strain.

Take advantage of A Tool Shed’s electric demolition hammers and tools by stopping in at one of our six convenient locations. Call us at (831) 359-4769 to learn more about how our 60 years of experience and outstanding inventory can provide you with the right rental tools for your project.

More On How A Tool Shed Can Help You Get The Job Done Right

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Some jobs are simply impossible without the right tools. Others may be possible with basic tools, but the results will be sloppy in the end. Either way, the right tools help you get the job done efficiently and effectively. Take advantage of these links to learn about the usefulness of specialized tools and equipment.

  • Does a tile cutter really help you make high-quality tile cuts? Yes it does, according to AskTheBuilder.com. Visit the site to learn more.
  • Renting tools will save you more money than buying them. Check out these tools you can rent from CBS News.
  • Renting landscaping equipment helps you get the job done with time to spare. Learn more about some must-have landscaping equipment with this article from Yahoo! Voices.
  • Air compressors give several different tools the power they need to perform. Find out more about the power of air compressors from Popular Mechanics.
  • Are you considering installing hardwood floors in your home? Read HGTV.com’s flooring buyer’s guide to learn more about hardwood flooring.

Whether you’re a novice DIYer or a professional contractor, A Tool Shed Equipment Rentals has the equipment and tool rentals that are perfect for your project. Give us a call at (831) 359-4769 or visit one of our six locations in Northern California for more information. 

How To Install a Tile Floor

Tile floors are stylish, durable, and long-lasting. These factors make them perfect for entryways, kitchens, and bathrooms. If you’re planning to install a tile floor, make sure you have everything you need to get the job done right.

Start with a good substrate, like cement board, before installing the tile. Mix up a batch of mortar and then fasten the substrate to the mortared portion of the floor with screws. Let your substrate sit over night to dry. The next day, lay down some more mortar and place the tile on top. Use chalk lines and spacers to ensure your tiles and grout lines are straight. Place a liberal amount of grout between the tiles and rinse the tiles free of excess grout fairly often. Watch this video for a visual demonstration of the process.

A Tool Shed Equipment Rentals has flooring tools and equipment for tile, hardwood, vinyl, and concrete floors. Rent from us to complete your project for less. Give us a call at (831) 359-4769 or visit one of our six locations in Northern California. 

What You'll Need to Install a New Floor In Your Home

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Installing a new floor in your home yourself saves a lot of money, but it will take up a lot of your time if you don’t have the right flooring tools. What’s more is that a floor installed without the proper equipment will look shoddy and unprofessional. So, what do you need to install your new floor? That depends on the type of floor you’re installing. Consider these lists of some basic tools needed to install carpet, tile, laminate, and hardwood floors.

Carpet Floors

DIY carpet floor installations call for several tools to get the job done right. Carpet trimmers help you get your carpet nice and flush against the walls after the carpet is laid. Corner carpet cutters do the same for awkward corners. A carpet seaming iron is used to smooth out the surface of your carpet, especially where ridges have formed.

Ceramic Tile, Laminate, and Brick Floors

Professional cutting tools are necessary for laying tile, laminate, and brick floors properly. They allow you to cut through materials easily and precisely in order to better fit them against the corners, doorways, countertop bases, and other nuances of the room. Precision cuts are especially helpful because they help you to get the most out of expensive flooring materials, like ceramic tile. A ceramic tile cutter, like many of its counterparts, is hand-powered.

Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors remain one of the most popular flooring materials in homes today, but installation requires the right tools to maximize its lifespan. When securing hardwood planks to the floor, a floor tightening jack is needed to hold the planks tight against one another until the nails can be driven in to take over. The nailing process is important, too, and you’ll have to choose between a nailer kit designed for hand-powered or air-powered operation. For exotic thin hardwood, bamboo, and engineered composite flooring, use a pneumatic floor stapler with 20-gauge staples. These work best for flooring materials that range ¼ to ½ an inch in thickness.

A Tool Shed Equipment Rentals has everything you need to install your new floor without breaking your budget. Don’t buy expensive flooring tools you’ll only use once. Rent flooring tools and equipment from us, instead. We have all the flooring tools mentioned above and six convenient locations, around San Jose, to serve you. Give us a call today at (831) 359-4769.

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