We have a fantastic rage of sanders and sanding machines available for hire nationwide, including floor sanders, belt sanders, edge sanders, orbital sanders, palm sanders, mouse sanders, and more. We can also supply all the sanding discs and sheets you need for planing, renovating, and preparing all wood surfaces.
Our high-quality sanding machines are available for DIY work at home and professional tradespeople such as carpenters, handymen, flooring specialists, and more. Our sander hire range is professional-level equipment made by some of the world's leading manufacturers, such as Makita. Our superb selection includes handheld sanders, such as palm sanders, orbital sanders, mouse sanders, and belt sanders; as well as power planers. We also have specialist floor sanding equipment available for hire - including electric floor sanding machines, floor edging sanders, and universal floor machines. All of our sanders can be used on floorboards, parquet, and other wooden surfaces for planing, renovation, and preparation, and for removing stains, paint, and imperfections.
We have floor sanding package deals for hire offering excellent value for money - consisting of the electric floor sander and edging sander together at a reduced price compared to hiring both separately. This allows you to get the job done to the highest standard and save you money! You can book your sander hire online or by phone and arrange to collect from your nearest store or have your items delivered to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to sand a floor with a floor sander?
It will depend on the size of your room, if you’re using an electric sander in conjunction with an edger in a 140-square-foot floor space it will take you roughly 5 hours to do three sanding passes.
Can I use a floor sander on my deck?
Floor sanders can only be used on perfectly flat surfaces. This means unfortunately most decks won’t be acceptable to use your floor sander on.
How many sanding sheets does it take to sand a floor?
It will generally take 12 sheets of 24 grit sandpaper or 8 sheets of 40 grit sandpaper.
Do I need a drum sander or an orbital sander?
If your floor is roughly shaped, cypped or damaged, a drum sander is what you will require. Where as an orbital sander is best for light sanding and refinishing.
Should you clean before sanding?
Absolutely, cleaning before sanding is just as vital as cleaning after. You may end up with bits of dirt trapped in the finish if you don’t.