Rental excavators are the perfect way to save money on heavy equipment. Our lineup of rental excavators includes mini, medium, and large excavators from SANY.
Rent for a week, month, or season. Plus, we offer delivery services to drop off the excavator right on your job site.
Learn more about the types of excavators we have for rent below or give us a call and we’ll make a recommendation.
How to Pick the Right Excavator
Choose from large, medium, or mini excavators for rent. These are perfect for when you need to move a lot of material like dirt, rocks, or debris, but they’re also versatile with attachments. All excavators come equipped with attachments like thumbs, quick couplers, and a variety of buckets to serve your need.
Make sure it has the right power for your operation. How heavy is the material you need to move? If you’re demolishing, how strong is the structure?
If you plan on renting for a longer time, think about all the jobs you’ll need your excavator for. What are the biggest and smallest job you think you’ll take on?
Look at weight capacities to pick the right size excavator for your site. Remember, if it’s too big, you lose mobility and risk the chance of sinking into the ground or damaging your job site.
When you schedule a rental with us, we’ll make sure you’re getting the right equipment for the job.
These compact machines are one of the most popular categories–and for a good reason. They’re the most nimble, easy to maneuver, and least likely to cause damage. Weight capacities from 4,023 pounds to 35,274 pounds.
Best for: landscaping, digging out space for pools, smaller demolition projects, drilling holes in tight spaces, water line installations
One of the most common types of excavators with construction companies. These are a middle-of-the-road type because they have much more power than a mini, but they’re bigger, which means more damage to your site and more challenging to maneuver in small spaces.
Best for: municipal projects, road construction, bridge construction, building construction
If you need one of these, you probably already know it. They’re best for major construction sites. These need a lot of space to move around, but if you have a big job, these can get the work done fast.
Best for: large-scale construction projects in bigger open areas