The time has come to paint the exterior of your home. You have the paint, brushes, painter's tape and ladders. The one thing you haven't located is a paint sprayer. You don't have to buy a paint sprayer; you can rent one. Paint sprayers are available for rent from a number of home improvement and equipment rental services. After you are done using the paint sprayer, clean out any remaining paint and return the sprayer to the rental service when you are done.
Things You'll Need
- Internet connection
Enter www.homedepotrents.com/diyTools/high_rider.asp into your computer's Internet browser.
Enter your "Zip Code" in the search box by "Find a rental center near you" on the Home Depot Tool Rental website.
Click "File," "Print" and "OK" to print the listing of Home Depot rental centers in your area that has the paint sprayer available for rental.
Enter www.sunbeltrentals.com/equipment/category.aspx?id=42 into your computer's Internet browser to navigate to the Sunbelt Rentals website if there is not a Home Depot in your area.
A search results page will appear listing Sunbelt Rental locations within your area. If no Sunbelt Rental locations are showing in your area, go to step 9. If stores are showing in our area, skip to step 11.
Click the down arrow on the box under the heading "Within" and select "10," "25," "50," "100," "250" or "500" to extend the amount of miles for the search results.
Click "File," "Print" and "OK" to print the listing of Sunbelt Rental locations in your area.
Tips & Warnings
- Read the equipment rental application and any related paperwork carefully.
- Note the deposit amount and the time the paint sprayer has to be returned.
- Do not return the paint sprayer dirty and clogged with paint.
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