Reciprocating Saw Hire
Versatile & powerful recip saws for cutting wood, metal & plastics
We have reciprocating saw hire available nationwide. Reciprocating saws are fantastic power tools for a range of DIY tasks and for trade professionals. They are incredibly versatile and convenient powered saws that can cut through all kinds of different materials, including wood, plastics, and metals.
Recip saws are designed to be lightweight and easy to handle, with a compact build so that they are suitable for working above head height and in confined spaces. Reciprocating saws cut through materials quickly and efficiently - they can be used on construction projects, gardening tasks, plumbing jobs, demolition jobs and much more.
We have both electric reciprocating saws and cordless reciprocating saws available for hire. Our electric reciprocating saws are 110v pieces of equipment, ideal for tradespeople working on site on construction, demolition, installation and plumbing jobs. You will need a transformer and 110v extension lead to use them with a standard 240v domestic mains power socket. We can supply transformers and extension leads as accessories.
Our cordless reciprocating saws are battery powered tools, ideal for use in confined areas or spaces with no mains power supply. Their convenient design allows you to work without the restriction of cables. They come with a 240v battery charger. They are ideal both for DIY use and professional use.
You can book your reciprocating saw hire online or over the phone. We can supply cutting blades in a range of different sizes and types, for cutting different materials. Once you have booked your hire, you can collect the saw from your local branch at the start of the hire or we can deliver to you.
What can a reciprocating saw be used for?
Reciprocating saws can be used for cutting wood, metal and plastics. They can be used for DIY and professional applications, such as:
- Gardening: Pruning tree branches and cutting down small trees.
- Construction: Cutting building materials such as timber and plasterboard.
- Plumbing: Cutting metal and plastic pipes down to size during installations & repairs.
- Demolition: Cutting through a range of wood, metal and plastic materials during demolition & renovation projects.