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FAQs Blog

Here we answer the common questions that often come up about equipment & rental. If you have any other tool or hire related queries, just get in touch!

National Tool Hire Building Equipment Top 10

Top 10 Building Equipment

Take a look at our National Tool Hire Building Equipment Top 10 for a list of our most popular products for work on-site and DIY.

Hire Vs Buy

Hiring Vs Buying

Whether you're a business owner or a DIYer, there will be a time you'll have to mull over whether it's more viable to hire or buy tools, equipment, or machinery for work & projects. We've outlined some of the main aspects you'll need to consider, allowing you to calculate your cheapest option.

3kva transformer

Do I Need A Transformer?

This is a question we are often asked by customers when they want to hire power tools for home DIY jobs. Read our blog to find out if you need to use a transformer with your power tools.

What is an SDS drill?

What Is An SDS Drill?

What is an SDS drill? SDS drills are professional power tools for drilling through hard materials that standard rotary or hammer drills can’t get through. Read our blog to find out more!

The Difference Between First Fix & Second Fix Nail Guns?

What Is The Difference Between First Fix & Second Fix Nail Guns?

Read our blog to find out the key differences between first fix and second fix nail guns, and which tool is best for your job.

BBQ & A: How To Prepare For Your Barbecues This Summer

It’s that time of year again to break out the charcoal, get out your lawn chairs and get ready for a Barbecue! Follow our easy tips to prepare your garden for a summer of chilling and grilling.

What Is The Difference Between 110v And 240v Power Tools?

What Is The Difference Between 110v And 240v Power Tools?

Read our blog to find out what is the difference between 110v and 240v power tools, their uses, and which one you need.

What is Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome?

Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a condition which can affect anyone working with tools and equipment which vibrate, over a longer period of time. It is essential that you understand the risks associated with HAVS and take action to minimise these risks.