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Tool Rental

Too often can budgets be maxed out before all the required tools and materials can be sourced. That’s why Allfasteners offers a tool rental program – priced at a weekly rate – to help you complete your job under budget.

Don’t stress over budget – take advantage of Allfasteners tool rental program.

How Does It Work?

One call and you can have your tools in no time – it’s that easy. Our rental program is designed to benefit our customers. We created a simple and easy process, so that you don’t have to worry about losing valuable time.

Once the tool(s) have been requested, we’ll will ship them directly to your jobsite by the requested date. Don’t worry our growing delivery fleet offers a speedy and reliable delivery service, so you’ll get what you need, when you need it.

When the rental period is up, you’ll ship all rented pieces back to our Ohio Office at 959 Lake Road, Medina, OH 44256.

Call, use, return all for a competitive flat rate per week. Allfasteners even covers the maintenance of the machinery and tools. Take advantage of our tool rental program by contacting America’s destination for All Things Fastening, Allfasteners.

Overview - Tool Rental Program

Our Rentals

Tool Rental Options

We offer a wide range of tool rentals to complete any job.

  • Core drill
  • Mag drills
  • Impact wrench
  • NG2 shear wrench
  • Hole Roughener Kit
  • Epoxy Dispensers
  • Hydrajaws

Type of Rental



$ / Per Weekly Rental

Core Drill Weekly Rental 1 $450.00
Hole Roughener 1 $140.00
Impact Wrench 1 $90.00
4-1/16" Mag Drill 1 $230.00
NG2 Shear Wrench 1 $100.00
Epoxy Dispenser 1 $85.00

Tool Rental Request Form


Can't Find the Tool You Need?

Don’t see the tool you need? Call our Ohio location to see what other rental pieces we have available.

Call us at 888.859.6060 or via email at

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