We have a fantastic range of concrete breakers available for hire nationwide. Our selection includes medium duty and heavy duty electric breakers, a variety of kangos, hammer drills, hydraulic and pneumatic road breakers, power scrapers, needle guns, and more, at incredible rates.
Professional standard breakers for site and home use
We have concrete breaker hire available nationwide. Our range of demolition equipment includes electric breakers, plus petrol powered, hydraulic, and pneumatic breakers for breaking up roads, pavement, wall tiles, slabs, masonry and more. We have heavy duty road breakers and kangos that can provide 19.9J of impact energy. They are perfect for use on asphalt during road works, repair work, pipelaying, and cable installation. We have medium duty breakers that are ideal for domestic work, such as breaking up concrete and brick walls, patios, and paving stones. We also have compact needle guns and power scrapers available for smaller scale interior renovation and DIY, such as removing tiles, plaster, and mortar. They are perfect for working in kitchens, bathrooms, gardens, and other areas of the house.
You can book your concrete breaker hire online or over the phone and add any transformers, extension leads, chisels, and points that you need before you check out. Our equipment is available to collect from your local store, or we can deliver it to you directly.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you use a concrete breaker?
Read the manual for your tool, insert the correct bit or chisel for the material you're working with, position the tool 8 inches from the edge, pick the hammer up in an upright position and stand behind it with your feet positioned each side and tilt it towards you with the chisel facing away. Apply a little pressure and gently squeeze the trigger, when the concrete is broken, stop the tool and remove the concrete. Simply repeat until the concrete is broken. Ensure PPE is worn, such as safety boots, tough gloves, and a pair of impact resistant safety goggles.
What is a breaker for concrete?
A concrete breaker is essentially a powered hammer and chisel used to break concrete more easily than a standard sledge hammer.
What is a petrol breaker?
A petrol breaker is simply a concrete breaker that is a self contained piece of equipment powered by a petrol motor.
What is a Kango drill?
A Kango drill is a pneumatic drill that combines a hammer and chisel to help break up concrete.
Is it easy to use a concrete breaker?
A concrete breaker has a simple operation, using just a trigger to engage the machine. This is much less tiring than a typical sledge hammer, however, breaks should be taken to ensure no damage is done due to vibrations. You should take 1 hours break for every 4 hours of use.