Considerations when renting or leasing a drill
When you are choosing a drill rental, one of the most important things you will need to consider is the type of drilling you will be doing. Are you going to be drilling into wood? Are you going to be drilling into masonry or concrete?
One of the other things you have to think about when you’re running a drill is whether you want to use a pneumatic option. In some cases, this might be a good solution for you. Other times, you might want an electric power drill instead, as it can often be easier to get into tighter spaces since you do not have to worry about hauling a hose and a compressor around with you.
You also have to think about the type of drill bits you should be getting. In some cases, the rental will come with drill bits. However, you might also have some drill bits on the worksite that you could be using. If you are going to be using any type of drill bit of your own with a drill that you rent, you must make sure that it is suitable for that drill. You also need to make sure that the bit is suitable for the type of material into which you are drilling. Failure to do so can be dangerous.