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Hammer, Rotary and Right Angle Drills

Area Rental carries a large selection of drills suitable for any type of job. Hammer, rotary and right angle drills are available to rent from our New Berlin and Delafield locations. With the exception of our cordless drill, each of these drills will need a nearby power source to be plugged in to. If you are working in the field away from a nearby power source, check out our generator rentals to complete your project.
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Hammer drill rental in New Berlin & Delafield

Unit Rental Rates

Unit
4 Hours
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
$24.00
$36.00
$150.00
$380.00
  • 2 Speed gear box
  • Dual function control - Quickly converts from rotation-only to hammer with rotation.
  • Unit weighs 5lbs.
  • Unit is 16” long
  • Ergonomic handle
4 Hours – $24.00
Daily – $36.00
Weekly – $150.00
Monthly – $380.00
  • Drill Kit is the perfect kit for stud and joist drilling and a host of other applications.
  • Head and handle swivel 360 degrees and can be locked tight in position
  • Unit weighs 16lbs.
  • 8’ cord
4 Hours – $14.00
Daily – $20.00
Weekly – $78.00
Monthly – $220.00
  • The Bosch 11245EVS rotary hammer features an SDS-Max drive system, and its powerful 14 amp motor provides unmatched drilling performance.
  • Max hole diameter in concrete 6 inches
  • Length: 23-1/2 inches
  • Weight: 24-1/2 lbs.
  • Includes carrying case
4 Hours – $42.00
Daily – $46.00
Weekly – $120.00
Monthly – $350.00

The best drill for your project depends on the task at hand. For most household tasks and smaller projects, a cordless drill is often your best bet. However, a corded drill can run all day without requiring a charge, making it more suitable for tasks that span longer periods of time. If you will be drilling into very hard material such as masonry, you’ll want a drill with a hammer mode to pack more punch. For drilling in tight spaces and around corners in plumbing and construction projects, a right angle will make it easier to maneuver around obstacles.
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