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Hire from our selection of concrete and masonry equipment at your local Hirepool branch. We have a wide range of concrete tools that will help with all your masonry jobs, like concrete mixing, concrete breaking, grinding, concrete vibration and more.

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Hiring concrete and masonry equipment

In many instances, you’ll need a selection of concrete and masonry equipment to complete a project from start to finish. We recommend visiting your local Hirepool branch to talk to an expert about your project size and requirements.

Whether you’re repairing or replacing driveways, paths or other areas, you’ll first need to break or drill concrete and remove it before you can begin pouring and setting new concrete.

If you’re working on a large project, it’ll be worth hiring heavy duty walk-behind concrete saws or petrol concrete breakers depending on your needs. If concreting or masonry is part of a wider development project, like landscaping or gardening, we recommend you take a look at our range of attachments for excavators.

For smaller, around the house jobs like bathrooms, you should take a look at our tile scribe cutters. Depending on which equipment you use, you can achieve a smooth or rough concrete finish.


Get started

All of our equipment comes with simple to follow operating instructions. We recommend speaking to your local Hirepool branch about availability of our equipment and the specific concrete or masonry job that you’re working on. Simply fill in a quick quote form or visit your Hirepool branch to get started.



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How to break up concrete

Breaking up concrete might seem like a job for the professionals, but if you only have a relatively small area that needs to be cleared, then getting a whole crew in can feel a bit over the top, not to mention expensive! While it’s not the easiest task, with a bit of planning, the right tools and a healthy dose of determination, breaking up concrete is a job you can tackle yourself and achieve a great result.