Best Heavy Machinery Rentals in Hobart

Best Heavy Machinery Rentals in Hobart
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Below is a list of the top and leading Heavy Machinery Rentals in Hobart. To help you find the best Heavy Machinery Rentals located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Hobart’s Best Heavy Machinery Rentals:

The top rated Heavy Machinery Rentals dealing with powerful equipment hires are:

  • Coates Hire Hobart
  • Hobart Plant Hire
  • Direct Access and Equipment

Coates Hire Hobart

Coates Hire
Coates Hire

Coates Hire Hobart has branches in over 150 locations Australia-wide, and over 1 million pieces of equipment across 21 equipment categories; Coates Hire has the range and footprint to deliver when and where you need it.

Coates Hire equipment comes backed by a dedicated team of product specialists and engineers covering everything from general hire to special project requirements. They’ve helped build iconic landmarks, suburbs and parks. They’ve helped build bridges and roads, ports and schools. They’ve helped industries flourish and helped bring ideas to life.

Products/Services:

Access Equipment, Air & Air Accessories, Concrete & Masonry, Confined Space Entry, Compaction, Construction Lasers, Earthmoving, Floor & Cleaning, Generators & Power Distribution, Ladders & Scaffolding, Landscaping, Lift & Shift, Lighting, Materials Handling, Pipeline Testing, Propping & Structural, Support, Pump & Fluid Management, Shoring, Trucks, Vehicles & Trailers, Welding, Traffic Management, Tools & Equipment

LOCATION:

Address15 Lampton Ave, Derwent Park TAS 7009
Phone: (03) 6213 7650
Website: www.coateshire.com.au

REVIEWS

“Transaction was fast. Great service and communication. The operator was friendly.” – Marlon J.

Hobart Plant Hire

Hobart Plant Hire
Hobart Plant Hire

Hobart Plant Hire has been serving the construction industry since 1998, offering top of the range machinery and plant for rental and purchase. They are the people the builders turn to when they need quality machinery at the right price. Even for the smaller scale DIY enthusiast, they have what you need to get your building project done properly.

Their reputation for supplying only quality products is the direct result of years spent delivering to builders, contractors and handymen in and around Hobart who rely on them for the equipment they need, when they need it.

Products/Services:

Compaction Machinery, Excavators, Bobcat Hire, Bobcat Loaders, Compactors, Compressors, Concrete mixers, Concrete Saws, Dingos, Floor Sanders & Edgers, Generators, High Pressure Cleaners, Jackhammers, Mini Excavators, Muck Trucks, Rotary Hoes, Scissor Lifts

LOCATION:

Address9 Federal St, North Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6234 7400
Website: www.hirequiptas.com.au

REVIEWS

“Really great local place with knowledgable advice , good quality well maintained equipment and a fantastic range. We have hired equipment about 6 times over the last couple of years. Very helpful and friendly too and very reasonable prices. Lucky to have this place so local and central. Highly recommend.” – Misty

Direct Access and Equipment

Direct Access and Equipment
Direct Access and Equipment

Direct Access and Equipment is a Tasmanian owned hire company with branches in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie. The company was formed in 2014 by Phillip Dickenson and Danny Lacey who have many years of experience in the industry and bring a strong knowledge of both the equipment and its use.

Direct Access and Equipment specialise in well maintained high quality equipment in the areas of access, elevated work platforms (EWPs), mini excavators, generators, lighting towers and compressors.

Products/Services:

Access Equipment, Air, Light and Power, Civil Equipment, General Equipment, Scaffold, Traffic Management, Travel Towers, Site Accommodation

LOCATION:

Address63 Sunderland St, Derwent Park TAS 7009
Phone: (03) 6273 2506
Website: www.directaccessandequipment.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Their crew are respectful. You can rely on them for equipment hire.” – Jordan M.

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