One of the largest equipment rental companies in North America and backed by a network of more than 625 locations, Sunbelt Rentals successfully services a variety of customers - from those in the commercial, residential, industrial, municipal, and specialized service industries, to weekend do-it-yourselfers. Sunbelt’s extensive fleet exceeds $7.0 billion and includes general construction equipment, industrial tools, pumps and power generation equipment, trench shoring, scaffolding, remediation & restoration equipment, and more.
Specialty Divisions and Market Segment Focus:
Designed to serve distinct customer segments requiring a high level of technical expertise, Sunbelt Rentals offer a highly diversified product mix, as well as trained experts.
Sunbelt Safety & Training:
Central to our company’s policies and practices is our focus on the safety of our customers and employees. We offer comprehensive safety programs dedicated to scaffolding, aerial work platforms and forklifts. In addition, all Sunbelt employees undergo mandatory worker safety programs administered by location managers and those who operate company vehicles complete a safe driving program. Learn More
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At Sunbelt Rentals, we understand there is more to a rental than just price. When a project is critical, go with the company that goes the extra mile. Go with Sunbelt Rentals. Create An Account
Supporting the R.I.S.E. Program
In January 2016, Sunbelt Rentals entered into a partnership with the Gary Sinise Foundation that provides tools and equipment at no cost for contractors and subcontractors building homes as part of the Foundation’s R.I.S.E. program. R.I.S.E., which stands for restoring independence supporting empowerment, provides specially adapted custom smart homes for America’s most severely wounded heroes and their families.
In addition, Sunbelt worked with two key equipment manufacturers to produce uniquely branded generators and manlifts supporting R.I.S.E. and Gary Sinise Foundation. A portion of the rental proceeds from these items is given back to the Foundation. Learn More.