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409, 2017

Six Affordable Kitchen Renovations that Make all the Difference

By |September 4th, 2017|Equipment|0 Comments

The next time you are in your kitchen, take a look around.  How many areas of your kitchen look as though they need to be renovated?  You do not need to hire a kitchen remodeling company to do much of the renovation work you would like done.  Instead, what you need is a little motivation, […]

708, 2017

How to Properly Take Care of Your New Carpet

By |August 7th, 2017|Equipment|0 Comments

Do you remember that old carpet you used to have in your home that probably had some not-so-great stains?  Did you forget about the rip you had in the corner of the room?  We replace carpets in our home because naturally, they get worn down over time.  If you do not care for the new […]

307, 2017

Three Perks of a Concrete Driveway

By |July 3rd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Whenever you think about a driveway, you probably think of asphalt. You picture a company getting its machines and rollers out to lay and flatten the asphalt. Why hasn’t driveway construction evolved over the years?

Concrete is changing driveway construction in a unique and attractive way. There are plenty of benefits of a concrete driveway including […]

106, 2017

Fun DIY Projects to Rejuvenate Your Backyard

By |June 1st, 2017|Equipment|0 Comments

The backyard of your home is one of those areas that usually gets neglected.  There are plenty of fun DIY projects, though, that you can do in your backyard to rejuvenate it.  The DIY equipment rental options we have available make all of this and more possible.  It is a matter of putting in the […]

105, 2017

Four Tips for Keeping Your DIY Project on Track and in Budget

By |May 1st, 2017|Equipment, Tool Rentals|0 Comments

It is very easy for a DIY project to get out of hand regarding the budget, the track that it is on.  You enter a DIY project with an idea of what you want to accomplish, but the road to get there is not always straight, linear.  Instead, you will hit roadblocks along the way; […]

304, 2017

How to Make Small Spaces Feel Bigger with These DIY Renovation Tips

By |April 3rd, 2017|Tool Rentals|0 Comments

There is a lot that can be done inside of a home to make it feel like it is a bigger space truly.  We all struggle with space in our homes; it is probably one of the reasons why we are writing and reading an article such as this in the first place.  There are […]

203, 2017

How Using a Linoleum Stripper can Assist with a Floor Replacement

By |March 2nd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

There are a lot of different steps that go into the replacement of a floor within your home.  When you are replacing the flooring that you have in a particular room in the home, you are going to have to get rid of the floor that currently exists. It is going to depend on the […]

202, 2017

Tool Rentals that Can Help Rejuvenate the Aging Carpets in Your Home

By |February 2nd, 2017|Tool Rentals|0 Comments

There are so many different assets that you have in your home that is going to start to show their age as the years go on.  This includes things such as the furniture that you own, such as couches, tables, and chairs.  It is also going to include the rugs in the home, as they […]

901, 2017

Ready Mix Concrete and How it can Help with a DIY Patio

By |January 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Concrete is one of the most useful building materials in the world and is utilized for so many different things.  Concrete is used to build buildings, foundations, stairs, as well as patios.  As a homeowner looking for that next do it yourself project, pouring a concrete patio in the backyard of your home is the […]

1512, 2016

How Renting a Masonry Saw Can Help You With Your Next Tile Project

By |December 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

 

Doing any type of tile project in your home is going to require a lot of time, energy, and knowledge of the subject matter.  There are so many homeowners that think that it is very easy to take on a tile project in a do it yourself manner, but that is simply not the case. […]