Feb 6, 2022

Launching your Equipment Rental Business

Maria Azofra
Maria Azofra

Maria Azofra

Maria Azofra

We are so excited that you are thinking about starting an equipment rental business. Renting out things like party supplies, tools, and AV equipment can definitely be a profitable venture if you do it right. We’re sure your mind is spinning with questions and uncertainty. Starting a business is scary! We’ve been there.  That’s why it is important to walk through everything you need to know, and avoid any mistakes. This will be your blueprint for rental success. Get ready to take notes, let's start planning! 

Finding Your Niche  

Equipment Rental Software - Sharpei

Before you buy a bunch of random equipment, we need to pinpoint exactly what you'll be renting. The possibilities are endless, which can be great, but also overwhelming! Let's narrow things down based on what you already know and love. What types of equipment make your eyes light up? What do you have experience with or want to learn about? Here are some popular rental niches to consider: 

  • Party and event supplies - tables, chairs, tents, linens, dishes, chafing dishes, speakers, lights...or anything else that could outfit a celebration! This niche is, and will always be, very popular. 

  • Construction equipment - We're talking must-haves for contractors and builders, like jackhammers, scaffolding, generators, air compressors, pretty much anything for a construction site.

  •  Landscaping equipment - If you love assisting people with their backyard visions, you could rent lawnmowers, woodchippers, chainsaws, stump grinders, and more.  

  • AV equipment - Know your soundboards from your subwoofers. Rent projectors, screens, mics, amps, and anything else to equip presentations and performances. 

  • Sports/recreation gear - Help adventure seekers get outside by renting bikes, kayaks, surfboards, camping equipment...even winter gear for colder areas.  


See what jumps out based on your interests and experience. A more focused approach makes it easier to buy inventory, price competitively, and market effectively. Don't spread yourself too thin at first - build up a solid base renting what you know, then expand down the road. 

Creating a Business Plan  

Now that your niche is nailed down, you’ll need a business plan to keep this train on the tracks. While writing a whole plan sounds time consuming, it's actually going to save you tons of headaches later. Here's what you’ll need: 

  • Company goals and objectives - What do you want to accomplish with this whole operation? Dream big here! 

  • Startup costs - Calculate what it'll cost to get up and running - inventory, location, supplies, etc. 

  • Target market and marketing strategy - Figure out who your ideal customers are and how to get them.

  • Anticipated expenses and revenue - We'll make some educated guesses on costs and income based on competition and demand. 

  • Equipment purchasing plan - How much inventory can you realistically buy and store at first? Which items? 

  • Staffing needs - Will you need to hire any help right away or can you do it yourself?

Risk factors and challenges - Be honest about potential hurdles so you can tackle them head-on.

Having your goals and strategy mapped out in a plan will keep you focused, and it looks professional to banks and investors when it comes time to get funding. Give yourself a month to research and craft a plan. 

Obtaining Funding and Financing  

funding for your equipment rental business

Here's where new business owners start stressing about money, right? Don't worry, you’ve got this! When starting out, you realistically have five options to fund your rental venture: 

  • Boot-Strapping - Look at your personal savings and assets. What can you responsibly invest in the business upfront without digging into your emergency funds or savings? Even $5-10k can give you a solid footing. 

  • Business loans/lines of credit - Boutique banks can offer business loans and lines of credit if you have decent credit and collateral. Definitely apply! Check out online alternative lenders and equipment financing companies. 

  • Business partners - Do you know of any family or friends who might want to invest in your rental business? Multiple investors can lower the risk. Offer equity! 

  • Crowdfunding - This is a good time to make a snazzy video and campaign page to get people to donate to your new business on sites like GoFundMe, Kickstarter, or Indiegogo. 

  • Grants - The government wants to help you succeed! There are special grants just for equipment purchasing and fleet building. Do your research! 

Get creative and utilize all the possible resources to secure enough capital to comfortably launch. Don't be shy asking for money - it takes money to make money. You got this! 

Registering Your Business  

Register your business

Time to make it official and get your ducks in a row. Here are the key steps: 

  • Choose a business structure - Most rental businesses operate as LLCs or S-corps for liability protection and tax purposes. Talk to an attorney or CPA for personalized advice. 

  • Register your business name - Your county clerk's office or city hall website will have info to reserve your official business name - if you're using a name that isn't just your personal name, you'll need to file a DBA or "doing business as" form. 

  • Obtain licenses and permits - Your local municipality will have info on all the licenses and permits you need to operate legally, like general business licenses, sales permits, inspection requirements, etc. 

  • Get an EIN - This Employer Identification Number from the IRS is like your business's social security number for tax purposes. It's easy, just apply online. 

Check all these items off your list and feel free to hit up a business consultant or advisor that could help you out. One step closer to starting your equipment rental business. 

Finding the Right Location

 

Time to find your rental business a perfect home! This is a big decision, so let's talk see what makes for an ideal rental property: 

  • Accessible spaces - It needs to be convenient for customers to swing by and pick up equipment, so look for storefront spaces near major roads, highways, residential areas, commercial districts, etc. Easy in-and-out! 

  • Zoning - Not all locations allow commercial equipment rental businesses, so double check zoning laws first. Industrial-zoned spaces are usually a safe bet. 

  • Safety - Look for well-lit spaces, room for secure parking, and other safety precautions - anything to keep your inventory and staff secure. 

  • Cost - Commercial real estate isn't cheap. Look for competitively priced spaces or deals, such as reduced first year rent. Pay attention to the fine print on all lease terms too! 

  • Room to grow - Even if you start small, you want room to add inventory as your offerings expand down the road. Make sure there's extra square footage to grow into. 

Look outside of urban areas where real estate is a little cheaper but still has solid foot traffic. Don't rush the decision - take your time touring a bunch of spots to get a feel for what will work best. This is your business's new home! 

Purchasing Inventory 

inventory rental equipment store

Everybody’s favorite part - shopping! You will need to load up on all the quality equipment you'll be renting out! Here are a few pro tips for stocking up smartly: 

  • Focus on your niche - Only buy specialty equipment that fits your target niche, at least when starting out. Stick to the plan! 

  • Start small - It's tempting to start buying equipment when first launching, but take it slow at first. You can always add more inventory. Too much at once will overwhelm both you and your wallet. 

  • Buy quality - This is key - invest in commercial-grade, heavy duty equipment built to endure.
    regular rentals over extended periods. Well-maintained equipment will have better rental turnover and last longer. 

  • Find suppliers and wholesalers - Ask other business owners who they purchase equipment from. Search industry directories online for rental equipment vendors and wholesalers to find the best deals. 

  • Negotiate pricing - Don't be shy! Many suppliers will offer discounts for first-time or bulk orders. See what kind of deal you can work out. Paying upfront always helps too. 

    Buying outright, as opposed to leasing whenever possible, allows you to fully own equipment. And make sure to grab some solid inventory management software to track availability across your rentals.  


Setting Rental Terms and Policies 

Now that you've got shiny new equipment ready to rent out, you’ll need to establish some clear terms and policies so you can stay organized. These will protect your profits and keep customers happy. Let's talk: 

  • Pricing - Check out competitors' rates and shoot for similar pricing, usually with 30% (or higher) profit margins. You can offer tiered pricing for basic vs. premium packages too. Don't underprice yourself! 

  • Minimum rental periods - To make rentals worth your time, set minimum blocks for checkout, usually 1-3 days depending on equipment type. Avoid risky single day rentals. 

  • Deposits and fees - Charge a refundable security deposit upfront, perhaps 20% of total rental fees, that customers get back upon timely and undamaged return. You can add other fees too, like delivery/pickup charges. 

  • Payment terms - Figure out your payment schedule and accepted methods - options include prepayment, installment plans, credit card on file, etc. Make sure you actually get paid! 

  • Insurance requirements - Detail what liability coverage customers must carry in case of damage, accidents, etc. Require proof of insurance. 

  • Cancellation and refund policies - Lay out timelines for cancellations and what amount of deposit you'll refund. Be fair but firm! 

  • Late fees - Charge reasonable fees if equipment isn't returned on time or payment is late. Enforce these consistently. 

  • Damage waivers - Offer optional damage waivers customers can purchase to cover repair costs in case of minor damage. Added peace of mind for both parties. 

Having clear rental contracts and policies will avoid headaches and help ensure customers treat your equipment well. Take your time here to think through all scenarios and have an attorney review your agreements. 

Marketing Your Business 

Woohoo, now for the fun creative stuff again - getting the word out about your hot new rental company! Here are some marketing tactics we would recommend: 

  • Create a website - This is rental business 101. You need an informative site that showcases your inventory, policies, and online booking. Shopify has great templates to DIY if funds are tight. 

  • Claim local listings - Make sure your business is registered on Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc. It's free and helps people find you locally. 

  • Run paid ads - Once open, play with paid search and social media ads. Start small to test what platforms and targeting work best to get signups. 

  • Network locally - Join your chamber of commerce and any other local organizations. Get out there meeting fellow business owners and community leaders! 

    Partner up - Offer cross-promotions with complementary businesses like party venues, caterers, and construction companies. Free marketing! 

  • Use signage and flyers - Don't just rely on digital – occupy nearby high-traffic areas with eye-catching window signs, flyers, billboards, lawn signs, etc. 

  • Wow with service - This is huge. Provide customer service that people can't stop raving about. Word-of-mouth referrals are priceless. 

Blend traditional with digital. Be creative! It takes consistent marketing to build local authority and get your name out there. 

Offering Great Customer Service  

You need to wow people with incredible service from day one. This will be one of your biggest advantages when starting out. Make sure to focus on:

  • Talent - Take time to hire rental staff who have stellar people skills, product knowledge, and a customer-first mentality. Train them thoroughly so they can answer any equipment questions thrown their way. 

  • Easy bookings - Offer seamless bookings online, in person, or over the phone - whatever is convenient for your customers. Approve rentals quickly without endless back and forth. 

  • Provide delivery/pickup - Make your customers' lives easier by delivering and retrieving rentals for a reasonable fee. Less hassle = more rentals!

  • Handle issues ASAP - Respond to any customer problems, complaints or gear malfunctions. Give refunds readily if you're at fault.

  • Ask for reviews - After rentals, ask if customers would be willing to leave reviews or offer testimonials for your site. Most people will! 

Knocking customer service out of the park will help you stand out from competitors and keep renters coming back. Don't underestimate the power of word-of-mouth. Set the bar high! 


Managing Operations  

It's business time - the doors are open, customers are booking - now you have to get operationally organized so things can run smoothly. Here's a checklist to keep things humming:

  • Organize inventory - Use your inventory system religiously to track and check availability for upcoming rentals. Organization is key! 

  • Schedule rentals - Use a reservation system and calendar to carefully book and manage all rentals. Avoid overbooking or forgetting bookings! 

  • Implement maintenance - Inspect and clean equipment thoroughly after each rental to keep it in tip-top shape. Make any needed repairs immediately. 

  • Handle transportation - Determine how equipment will get to and from customers - offer delivery and pickup services if possible. 

  • Process payments - Have a system to easily accept prepayment, take payment upon pickup or charge automatically upon return to avoid non-payment issues. 

  • Keep records - Save detailed records on every equipment rental, payment, incidents etc. You'll need these down the road! 

Really focus on organization, documentation and developing efficient systems and processes up front. It will save you a lot of time rather than trying to backtrack later. 


Tips for Long-Term Success  

We covered so much! If you put in the early work, your rental side hustle can grow into a thriving full-time business. Here are our best tips for the long run: 

Reinvest profits to keep expanding your inventory and offerings. The more diverse equipment you offer over time, the more revenue streams you'll have. 

Watch industry trends and stay on top of investing in new equipment types as demand changes. You don't want your gear to be outdated. 

Set sales goals and aim to increase them 20% month over month or at least 30% annually to drive growth. Track meticulously! 

Automate processes like booking and payment collection ASAP so daily operations run smoother. The less manual work, the better. 

Hire help as needed so you don't take everything on alone. Delegate! Treat your team well. 

Diversify into related offerings down the road once your core rental business is thriving. Maybe add retail sales, repairs, classes...get creative!

Enjoy the ride! Building a successful small business takes tons of work, especially when starting out. But make sure to celebrate wins and milestones along the way.  


Final Thoughts 

There you have it, our best tips distilled into one handy guide to help you with your rental business. Seriously, we’re excited for you. Starting a business is so fulfilling. 

Let us know if any other questions pop up along the way – we're always happy to help! Want to start your rental business today? Click here to learn more.  

We are so excited that you are thinking about starting an equipment rental business. Renting out things like party supplies, tools, and AV equipment can definitely be a profitable venture if you do it right. We’re sure your mind is spinning with questions and uncertainty. Starting a business is scary! We’ve been there.  That’s why it is important to walk through everything you need to know, and avoid any mistakes. This will be your blueprint for rental success. Get ready to take notes, let's start planning! 

Finding Your Niche  

Equipment Rental Software - Sharpei

Before you buy a bunch of random equipment, we need to pinpoint exactly what you'll be renting. The possibilities are endless, which can be great, but also overwhelming! Let's narrow things down based on what you already know and love. What types of equipment make your eyes light up? What do you have experience with or want to learn about? Here are some popular rental niches to consider: 

  • Party and event supplies - tables, chairs, tents, linens, dishes, chafing dishes, speakers, lights...or anything else that could outfit a celebration! This niche is, and will always be, very popular. 

  • Construction equipment - We're talking must-haves for contractors and builders, like jackhammers, scaffolding, generators, air compressors, pretty much anything for a construction site.

  •  Landscaping equipment - If you love assisting people with their backyard visions, you could rent lawnmowers, woodchippers, chainsaws, stump grinders, and more.  

  • AV equipment - Know your soundboards from your subwoofers. Rent projectors, screens, mics, amps, and anything else to equip presentations and performances. 

  • Sports/recreation gear - Help adventure seekers get outside by renting bikes, kayaks, surfboards, camping equipment...even winter gear for colder areas.  


See what jumps out based on your interests and experience. A more focused approach makes it easier to buy inventory, price competitively, and market effectively. Don't spread yourself too thin at first - build up a solid base renting what you know, then expand down the road. 

Creating a Business Plan  

Now that your niche is nailed down, you’ll need a business plan to keep this train on the tracks. While writing a whole plan sounds time consuming, it's actually going to save you tons of headaches later. Here's what you’ll need: 

  • Company goals and objectives - What do you want to accomplish with this whole operation? Dream big here! 

  • Startup costs - Calculate what it'll cost to get up and running - inventory, location, supplies, etc. 

  • Target market and marketing strategy - Figure out who your ideal customers are and how to get them.

  • Anticipated expenses and revenue - We'll make some educated guesses on costs and income based on competition and demand. 

  • Equipment purchasing plan - How much inventory can you realistically buy and store at first? Which items? 

  • Staffing needs - Will you need to hire any help right away or can you do it yourself?

Risk factors and challenges - Be honest about potential hurdles so you can tackle them head-on.

Having your goals and strategy mapped out in a plan will keep you focused, and it looks professional to banks and investors when it comes time to get funding. Give yourself a month to research and craft a plan. 

Obtaining Funding and Financing  

funding for your equipment rental business

Here's where new business owners start stressing about money, right? Don't worry, you’ve got this! When starting out, you realistically have five options to fund your rental venture: 

  • Boot-Strapping - Look at your personal savings and assets. What can you responsibly invest in the business upfront without digging into your emergency funds or savings? Even $5-10k can give you a solid footing. 

  • Business loans/lines of credit - Boutique banks can offer business loans and lines of credit if you have decent credit and collateral. Definitely apply! Check out online alternative lenders and equipment financing companies. 

  • Business partners - Do you know of any family or friends who might want to invest in your rental business? Multiple investors can lower the risk. Offer equity! 

  • Crowdfunding - This is a good time to make a snazzy video and campaign page to get people to donate to your new business on sites like GoFundMe, Kickstarter, or Indiegogo. 

  • Grants - The government wants to help you succeed! There are special grants just for equipment purchasing and fleet building. Do your research! 

Get creative and utilize all the possible resources to secure enough capital to comfortably launch. Don't be shy asking for money - it takes money to make money. You got this! 

Registering Your Business  

Register your business

Time to make it official and get your ducks in a row. Here are the key steps: 

  • Choose a business structure - Most rental businesses operate as LLCs or S-corps for liability protection and tax purposes. Talk to an attorney or CPA for personalized advice. 

  • Register your business name - Your county clerk's office or city hall website will have info to reserve your official business name - if you're using a name that isn't just your personal name, you'll need to file a DBA or "doing business as" form. 

  • Obtain licenses and permits - Your local municipality will have info on all the licenses and permits you need to operate legally, like general business licenses, sales permits, inspection requirements, etc. 

  • Get an EIN - This Employer Identification Number from the IRS is like your business's social security number for tax purposes. It's easy, just apply online. 

Check all these items off your list and feel free to hit up a business consultant or advisor that could help you out. One step closer to starting your equipment rental business. 

Finding the Right Location

 

Time to find your rental business a perfect home! This is a big decision, so let's talk see what makes for an ideal rental property: 

  • Accessible spaces - It needs to be convenient for customers to swing by and pick up equipment, so look for storefront spaces near major roads, highways, residential areas, commercial districts, etc. Easy in-and-out! 

  • Zoning - Not all locations allow commercial equipment rental businesses, so double check zoning laws first. Industrial-zoned spaces are usually a safe bet. 

  • Safety - Look for well-lit spaces, room for secure parking, and other safety precautions - anything to keep your inventory and staff secure. 

  • Cost - Commercial real estate isn't cheap. Look for competitively priced spaces or deals, such as reduced first year rent. Pay attention to the fine print on all lease terms too! 

  • Room to grow - Even if you start small, you want room to add inventory as your offerings expand down the road. Make sure there's extra square footage to grow into. 

Look outside of urban areas where real estate is a little cheaper but still has solid foot traffic. Don't rush the decision - take your time touring a bunch of spots to get a feel for what will work best. This is your business's new home! 

Purchasing Inventory 

inventory rental equipment store

Everybody’s favorite part - shopping! You will need to load up on all the quality equipment you'll be renting out! Here are a few pro tips for stocking up smartly: 

  • Focus on your niche - Only buy specialty equipment that fits your target niche, at least when starting out. Stick to the plan! 

  • Start small - It's tempting to start buying equipment when first launching, but take it slow at first. You can always add more inventory. Too much at once will overwhelm both you and your wallet. 

  • Buy quality - This is key - invest in commercial-grade, heavy duty equipment built to endure.
    regular rentals over extended periods. Well-maintained equipment will have better rental turnover and last longer. 

  • Find suppliers and wholesalers - Ask other business owners who they purchase equipment from. Search industry directories online for rental equipment vendors and wholesalers to find the best deals. 

  • Negotiate pricing - Don't be shy! Many suppliers will offer discounts for first-time or bulk orders. See what kind of deal you can work out. Paying upfront always helps too. 

    Buying outright, as opposed to leasing whenever possible, allows you to fully own equipment. And make sure to grab some solid inventory management software to track availability across your rentals.  


Setting Rental Terms and Policies 

Now that you've got shiny new equipment ready to rent out, you’ll need to establish some clear terms and policies so you can stay organized. These will protect your profits and keep customers happy. Let's talk: 

  • Pricing - Check out competitors' rates and shoot for similar pricing, usually with 30% (or higher) profit margins. You can offer tiered pricing for basic vs. premium packages too. Don't underprice yourself! 

  • Minimum rental periods - To make rentals worth your time, set minimum blocks for checkout, usually 1-3 days depending on equipment type. Avoid risky single day rentals. 

  • Deposits and fees - Charge a refundable security deposit upfront, perhaps 20% of total rental fees, that customers get back upon timely and undamaged return. You can add other fees too, like delivery/pickup charges. 

  • Payment terms - Figure out your payment schedule and accepted methods - options include prepayment, installment plans, credit card on file, etc. Make sure you actually get paid! 

  • Insurance requirements - Detail what liability coverage customers must carry in case of damage, accidents, etc. Require proof of insurance. 

  • Cancellation and refund policies - Lay out timelines for cancellations and what amount of deposit you'll refund. Be fair but firm! 

  • Late fees - Charge reasonable fees if equipment isn't returned on time or payment is late. Enforce these consistently. 

  • Damage waivers - Offer optional damage waivers customers can purchase to cover repair costs in case of minor damage. Added peace of mind for both parties. 

Having clear rental contracts and policies will avoid headaches and help ensure customers treat your equipment well. Take your time here to think through all scenarios and have an attorney review your agreements. 

Marketing Your Business 

Woohoo, now for the fun creative stuff again - getting the word out about your hot new rental company! Here are some marketing tactics we would recommend: 

  • Create a website - This is rental business 101. You need an informative site that showcases your inventory, policies, and online booking. Shopify has great templates to DIY if funds are tight. 

  • Claim local listings - Make sure your business is registered on Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc. It's free and helps people find you locally. 

  • Run paid ads - Once open, play with paid search and social media ads. Start small to test what platforms and targeting work best to get signups. 

  • Network locally - Join your chamber of commerce and any other local organizations. Get out there meeting fellow business owners and community leaders! 

    Partner up - Offer cross-promotions with complementary businesses like party venues, caterers, and construction companies. Free marketing! 

  • Use signage and flyers - Don't just rely on digital – occupy nearby high-traffic areas with eye-catching window signs, flyers, billboards, lawn signs, etc. 

  • Wow with service - This is huge. Provide customer service that people can't stop raving about. Word-of-mouth referrals are priceless. 

Blend traditional with digital. Be creative! It takes consistent marketing to build local authority and get your name out there. 

Offering Great Customer Service  

You need to wow people with incredible service from day one. This will be one of your biggest advantages when starting out. Make sure to focus on:

  • Talent - Take time to hire rental staff who have stellar people skills, product knowledge, and a customer-first mentality. Train them thoroughly so they can answer any equipment questions thrown their way. 

  • Easy bookings - Offer seamless bookings online, in person, or over the phone - whatever is convenient for your customers. Approve rentals quickly without endless back and forth. 

  • Provide delivery/pickup - Make your customers' lives easier by delivering and retrieving rentals for a reasonable fee. Less hassle = more rentals!

  • Handle issues ASAP - Respond to any customer problems, complaints or gear malfunctions. Give refunds readily if you're at fault.

  • Ask for reviews - After rentals, ask if customers would be willing to leave reviews or offer testimonials for your site. Most people will! 

Knocking customer service out of the park will help you stand out from competitors and keep renters coming back. Don't underestimate the power of word-of-mouth. Set the bar high! 


Managing Operations  

It's business time - the doors are open, customers are booking - now you have to get operationally organized so things can run smoothly. Here's a checklist to keep things humming:

  • Organize inventory - Use your inventory system religiously to track and check availability for upcoming rentals. Organization is key! 

  • Schedule rentals - Use a reservation system and calendar to carefully book and manage all rentals. Avoid overbooking or forgetting bookings! 

  • Implement maintenance - Inspect and clean equipment thoroughly after each rental to keep it in tip-top shape. Make any needed repairs immediately. 

  • Handle transportation - Determine how equipment will get to and from customers - offer delivery and pickup services if possible. 

  • Process payments - Have a system to easily accept prepayment, take payment upon pickup or charge automatically upon return to avoid non-payment issues. 

  • Keep records - Save detailed records on every equipment rental, payment, incidents etc. You'll need these down the road! 

Really focus on organization, documentation and developing efficient systems and processes up front. It will save you a lot of time rather than trying to backtrack later. 


Tips for Long-Term Success  

We covered so much! If you put in the early work, your rental side hustle can grow into a thriving full-time business. Here are our best tips for the long run: 

Reinvest profits to keep expanding your inventory and offerings. The more diverse equipment you offer over time, the more revenue streams you'll have. 

Watch industry trends and stay on top of investing in new equipment types as demand changes. You don't want your gear to be outdated. 

Set sales goals and aim to increase them 20% month over month or at least 30% annually to drive growth. Track meticulously! 

Automate processes like booking and payment collection ASAP so daily operations run smoother. The less manual work, the better. 

Hire help as needed so you don't take everything on alone. Delegate! Treat your team well. 

Diversify into related offerings down the road once your core rental business is thriving. Maybe add retail sales, repairs, classes...get creative!

Enjoy the ride! Building a successful small business takes tons of work, especially when starting out. But make sure to celebrate wins and milestones along the way.  


Final Thoughts 

There you have it, our best tips distilled into one handy guide to help you with your rental business. Seriously, we’re excited for you. Starting a business is so fulfilling. 

Let us know if any other questions pop up along the way – we're always happy to help! Want to start your rental business today? Click here to learn more.  

We are so excited that you are thinking about starting an equipment rental business. Renting out things like party supplies, tools, and AV equipment can definitely be a profitable venture if you do it right. We’re sure your mind is spinning with questions and uncertainty. Starting a business is scary! We’ve been there.  That’s why it is important to walk through everything you need to know, and avoid any mistakes. This will be your blueprint for rental success. Get ready to take notes, let's start planning! 

Finding Your Niche  

Equipment Rental Software - Sharpei

Before you buy a bunch of random equipment, we need to pinpoint exactly what you'll be renting. The possibilities are endless, which can be great, but also overwhelming! Let's narrow things down based on what you already know and love. What types of equipment make your eyes light up? What do you have experience with or want to learn about? Here are some popular rental niches to consider: 

  • Party and event supplies - tables, chairs, tents, linens, dishes, chafing dishes, speakers, lights...or anything else that could outfit a celebration! This niche is, and will always be, very popular. 

  • Construction equipment - We're talking must-haves for contractors and builders, like jackhammers, scaffolding, generators, air compressors, pretty much anything for a construction site.

  •  Landscaping equipment - If you love assisting people with their backyard visions, you could rent lawnmowers, woodchippers, chainsaws, stump grinders, and more.  

  • AV equipment - Know your soundboards from your subwoofers. Rent projectors, screens, mics, amps, and anything else to equip presentations and performances. 

  • Sports/recreation gear - Help adventure seekers get outside by renting bikes, kayaks, surfboards, camping equipment...even winter gear for colder areas.  


See what jumps out based on your interests and experience. A more focused approach makes it easier to buy inventory, price competitively, and market effectively. Don't spread yourself too thin at first - build up a solid base renting what you know, then expand down the road. 

Creating a Business Plan  

Now that your niche is nailed down, you’ll need a business plan to keep this train on the tracks. While writing a whole plan sounds time consuming, it's actually going to save you tons of headaches later. Here's what you’ll need: 

  • Company goals and objectives - What do you want to accomplish with this whole operation? Dream big here! 

  • Startup costs - Calculate what it'll cost to get up and running - inventory, location, supplies, etc. 

  • Target market and marketing strategy - Figure out who your ideal customers are and how to get them.

  • Anticipated expenses and revenue - We'll make some educated guesses on costs and income based on competition and demand. 

  • Equipment purchasing plan - How much inventory can you realistically buy and store at first? Which items? 

  • Staffing needs - Will you need to hire any help right away or can you do it yourself?

Risk factors and challenges - Be honest about potential hurdles so you can tackle them head-on.

Having your goals and strategy mapped out in a plan will keep you focused, and it looks professional to banks and investors when it comes time to get funding. Give yourself a month to research and craft a plan. 

Obtaining Funding and Financing  

funding for your equipment rental business

Here's where new business owners start stressing about money, right? Don't worry, you’ve got this! When starting out, you realistically have five options to fund your rental venture: 

  • Boot-Strapping - Look at your personal savings and assets. What can you responsibly invest in the business upfront without digging into your emergency funds or savings? Even $5-10k can give you a solid footing. 

  • Business loans/lines of credit - Boutique banks can offer business loans and lines of credit if you have decent credit and collateral. Definitely apply! Check out online alternative lenders and equipment financing companies. 

  • Business partners - Do you know of any family or friends who might want to invest in your rental business? Multiple investors can lower the risk. Offer equity! 

  • Crowdfunding - This is a good time to make a snazzy video and campaign page to get people to donate to your new business on sites like GoFundMe, Kickstarter, or Indiegogo. 

  • Grants - The government wants to help you succeed! There are special grants just for equipment purchasing and fleet building. Do your research! 

Get creative and utilize all the possible resources to secure enough capital to comfortably launch. Don't be shy asking for money - it takes money to make money. You got this! 

Registering Your Business  

Register your business

Time to make it official and get your ducks in a row. Here are the key steps: 

  • Choose a business structure - Most rental businesses operate as LLCs or S-corps for liability protection and tax purposes. Talk to an attorney or CPA for personalized advice. 

  • Register your business name - Your county clerk's office or city hall website will have info to reserve your official business name - if you're using a name that isn't just your personal name, you'll need to file a DBA or "doing business as" form. 

  • Obtain licenses and permits - Your local municipality will have info on all the licenses and permits you need to operate legally, like general business licenses, sales permits, inspection requirements, etc. 

  • Get an EIN - This Employer Identification Number from the IRS is like your business's social security number for tax purposes. It's easy, just apply online. 

Check all these items off your list and feel free to hit up a business consultant or advisor that could help you out. One step closer to starting your equipment rental business. 

Finding the Right Location

 

Time to find your rental business a perfect home! This is a big decision, so let's talk see what makes for an ideal rental property: 

  • Accessible spaces - It needs to be convenient for customers to swing by and pick up equipment, so look for storefront spaces near major roads, highways, residential areas, commercial districts, etc. Easy in-and-out! 

  • Zoning - Not all locations allow commercial equipment rental businesses, so double check zoning laws first. Industrial-zoned spaces are usually a safe bet. 

  • Safety - Look for well-lit spaces, room for secure parking, and other safety precautions - anything to keep your inventory and staff secure. 

  • Cost - Commercial real estate isn't cheap. Look for competitively priced spaces or deals, such as reduced first year rent. Pay attention to the fine print on all lease terms too! 

  • Room to grow - Even if you start small, you want room to add inventory as your offerings expand down the road. Make sure there's extra square footage to grow into. 

Look outside of urban areas where real estate is a little cheaper but still has solid foot traffic. Don't rush the decision - take your time touring a bunch of spots to get a feel for what will work best. This is your business's new home! 

Purchasing Inventory 

inventory rental equipment store

Everybody’s favorite part - shopping! You will need to load up on all the quality equipment you'll be renting out! Here are a few pro tips for stocking up smartly: 

  • Focus on your niche - Only buy specialty equipment that fits your target niche, at least when starting out. Stick to the plan! 

  • Start small - It's tempting to start buying equipment when first launching, but take it slow at first. You can always add more inventory. Too much at once will overwhelm both you and your wallet. 

  • Buy quality - This is key - invest in commercial-grade, heavy duty equipment built to endure.
    regular rentals over extended periods. Well-maintained equipment will have better rental turnover and last longer. 

  • Find suppliers and wholesalers - Ask other business owners who they purchase equipment from. Search industry directories online for rental equipment vendors and wholesalers to find the best deals. 

  • Negotiate pricing - Don't be shy! Many suppliers will offer discounts for first-time or bulk orders. See what kind of deal you can work out. Paying upfront always helps too. 

    Buying outright, as opposed to leasing whenever possible, allows you to fully own equipment. And make sure to grab some solid inventory management software to track availability across your rentals.  


Setting Rental Terms and Policies 

Now that you've got shiny new equipment ready to rent out, you’ll need to establish some clear terms and policies so you can stay organized. These will protect your profits and keep customers happy. Let's talk: 

  • Pricing - Check out competitors' rates and shoot for similar pricing, usually with 30% (or higher) profit margins. You can offer tiered pricing for basic vs. premium packages too. Don't underprice yourself! 

  • Minimum rental periods - To make rentals worth your time, set minimum blocks for checkout, usually 1-3 days depending on equipment type. Avoid risky single day rentals. 

  • Deposits and fees - Charge a refundable security deposit upfront, perhaps 20% of total rental fees, that customers get back upon timely and undamaged return. You can add other fees too, like delivery/pickup charges. 

  • Payment terms - Figure out your payment schedule and accepted methods - options include prepayment, installment plans, credit card on file, etc. Make sure you actually get paid! 

  • Insurance requirements - Detail what liability coverage customers must carry in case of damage, accidents, etc. Require proof of insurance. 

  • Cancellation and refund policies - Lay out timelines for cancellations and what amount of deposit you'll refund. Be fair but firm! 

  • Late fees - Charge reasonable fees if equipment isn't returned on time or payment is late. Enforce these consistently. 

  • Damage waivers - Offer optional damage waivers customers can purchase to cover repair costs in case of minor damage. Added peace of mind for both parties. 

Having clear rental contracts and policies will avoid headaches and help ensure customers treat your equipment well. Take your time here to think through all scenarios and have an attorney review your agreements. 

Marketing Your Business 

Woohoo, now for the fun creative stuff again - getting the word out about your hot new rental company! Here are some marketing tactics we would recommend: 

  • Create a website - This is rental business 101. You need an informative site that showcases your inventory, policies, and online booking. Shopify has great templates to DIY if funds are tight. 

  • Claim local listings - Make sure your business is registered on Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc. It's free and helps people find you locally. 

  • Run paid ads - Once open, play with paid search and social media ads. Start small to test what platforms and targeting work best to get signups. 

  • Network locally - Join your chamber of commerce and any other local organizations. Get out there meeting fellow business owners and community leaders! 

    Partner up - Offer cross-promotions with complementary businesses like party venues, caterers, and construction companies. Free marketing! 

  • Use signage and flyers - Don't just rely on digital – occupy nearby high-traffic areas with eye-catching window signs, flyers, billboards, lawn signs, etc. 

  • Wow with service - This is huge. Provide customer service that people can't stop raving about. Word-of-mouth referrals are priceless. 

Blend traditional with digital. Be creative! It takes consistent marketing to build local authority and get your name out there. 

Offering Great Customer Service  

You need to wow people with incredible service from day one. This will be one of your biggest advantages when starting out. Make sure to focus on:

  • Talent - Take time to hire rental staff who have stellar people skills, product knowledge, and a customer-first mentality. Train them thoroughly so they can answer any equipment questions thrown their way. 

  • Easy bookings - Offer seamless bookings online, in person, or over the phone - whatever is convenient for your customers. Approve rentals quickly without endless back and forth. 

  • Provide delivery/pickup - Make your customers' lives easier by delivering and retrieving rentals for a reasonable fee. Less hassle = more rentals!

  • Handle issues ASAP - Respond to any customer problems, complaints or gear malfunctions. Give refunds readily if you're at fault.

  • Ask for reviews - After rentals, ask if customers would be willing to leave reviews or offer testimonials for your site. Most people will! 

Knocking customer service out of the park will help you stand out from competitors and keep renters coming back. Don't underestimate the power of word-of-mouth. Set the bar high! 


Managing Operations  

It's business time - the doors are open, customers are booking - now you have to get operationally organized so things can run smoothly. Here's a checklist to keep things humming:

  • Organize inventory - Use your inventory system religiously to track and check availability for upcoming rentals. Organization is key! 

  • Schedule rentals - Use a reservation system and calendar to carefully book and manage all rentals. Avoid overbooking or forgetting bookings! 

  • Implement maintenance - Inspect and clean equipment thoroughly after each rental to keep it in tip-top shape. Make any needed repairs immediately. 

  • Handle transportation - Determine how equipment will get to and from customers - offer delivery and pickup services if possible. 

  • Process payments - Have a system to easily accept prepayment, take payment upon pickup or charge automatically upon return to avoid non-payment issues. 

  • Keep records - Save detailed records on every equipment rental, payment, incidents etc. You'll need these down the road! 

Really focus on organization, documentation and developing efficient systems and processes up front. It will save you a lot of time rather than trying to backtrack later. 


Tips for Long-Term Success  

We covered so much! If you put in the early work, your rental side hustle can grow into a thriving full-time business. Here are our best tips for the long run: 

Reinvest profits to keep expanding your inventory and offerings. The more diverse equipment you offer over time, the more revenue streams you'll have. 

Watch industry trends and stay on top of investing in new equipment types as demand changes. You don't want your gear to be outdated. 

Set sales goals and aim to increase them 20% month over month or at least 30% annually to drive growth. Track meticulously! 

Automate processes like booking and payment collection ASAP so daily operations run smoother. The less manual work, the better. 

Hire help as needed so you don't take everything on alone. Delegate! Treat your team well. 

Diversify into related offerings down the road once your core rental business is thriving. Maybe add retail sales, repairs, classes...get creative!

Enjoy the ride! Building a successful small business takes tons of work, especially when starting out. But make sure to celebrate wins and milestones along the way.  


Final Thoughts 

There you have it, our best tips distilled into one handy guide to help you with your rental business. Seriously, we’re excited for you. Starting a business is so fulfilling. 

Let us know if any other questions pop up along the way – we're always happy to help! Want to start your rental business today? Click here to learn more.  

We are so excited that you are thinking about starting an equipment rental business. Renting out things like party supplies, tools, and AV equipment can definitely be a profitable venture if you do it right. We’re sure your mind is spinning with questions and uncertainty. Starting a business is scary! We’ve been there.  That’s why it is important to walk through everything you need to know, and avoid any mistakes. This will be your blueprint for rental success. Get ready to take notes, let's start planning! 

Finding Your Niche  

Equipment Rental Software - Sharpei

Before you buy a bunch of random equipment, we need to pinpoint exactly what you'll be renting. The possibilities are endless, which can be great, but also overwhelming! Let's narrow things down based on what you already know and love. What types of equipment make your eyes light up? What do you have experience with or want to learn about? Here are some popular rental niches to consider: 

  • Party and event supplies - tables, chairs, tents, linens, dishes, chafing dishes, speakers, lights...or anything else that could outfit a celebration! This niche is, and will always be, very popular. 

  • Construction equipment - We're talking must-haves for contractors and builders, like jackhammers, scaffolding, generators, air compressors, pretty much anything for a construction site.

  •  Landscaping equipment - If you love assisting people with their backyard visions, you could rent lawnmowers, woodchippers, chainsaws, stump grinders, and more.  

  • AV equipment - Know your soundboards from your subwoofers. Rent projectors, screens, mics, amps, and anything else to equip presentations and performances. 

  • Sports/recreation gear - Help adventure seekers get outside by renting bikes, kayaks, surfboards, camping equipment...even winter gear for colder areas.  


See what jumps out based on your interests and experience. A more focused approach makes it easier to buy inventory, price competitively, and market effectively. Don't spread yourself too thin at first - build up a solid base renting what you know, then expand down the road. 

Creating a Business Plan  

Now that your niche is nailed down, you’ll need a business plan to keep this train on the tracks. While writing a whole plan sounds time consuming, it's actually going to save you tons of headaches later. Here's what you’ll need: 

  • Company goals and objectives - What do you want to accomplish with this whole operation? Dream big here! 

  • Startup costs - Calculate what it'll cost to get up and running - inventory, location, supplies, etc. 

  • Target market and marketing strategy - Figure out who your ideal customers are and how to get them.

  • Anticipated expenses and revenue - We'll make some educated guesses on costs and income based on competition and demand. 

  • Equipment purchasing plan - How much inventory can you realistically buy and store at first? Which items? 

  • Staffing needs - Will you need to hire any help right away or can you do it yourself?

Risk factors and challenges - Be honest about potential hurdles so you can tackle them head-on.

Having your goals and strategy mapped out in a plan will keep you focused, and it looks professional to banks and investors when it comes time to get funding. Give yourself a month to research and craft a plan. 

Obtaining Funding and Financing  

funding for your equipment rental business

Here's where new business owners start stressing about money, right? Don't worry, you’ve got this! When starting out, you realistically have five options to fund your rental venture: 

  • Boot-Strapping - Look at your personal savings and assets. What can you responsibly invest in the business upfront without digging into your emergency funds or savings? Even $5-10k can give you a solid footing. 

  • Business loans/lines of credit - Boutique banks can offer business loans and lines of credit if you have decent credit and collateral. Definitely apply! Check out online alternative lenders and equipment financing companies. 

  • Business partners - Do you know of any family or friends who might want to invest in your rental business? Multiple investors can lower the risk. Offer equity! 

  • Crowdfunding - This is a good time to make a snazzy video and campaign page to get people to donate to your new business on sites like GoFundMe, Kickstarter, or Indiegogo. 

  • Grants - The government wants to help you succeed! There are special grants just for equipment purchasing and fleet building. Do your research! 

Get creative and utilize all the possible resources to secure enough capital to comfortably launch. Don't be shy asking for money - it takes money to make money. You got this! 

Registering Your Business  

Register your business

Time to make it official and get your ducks in a row. Here are the key steps: 

  • Choose a business structure - Most rental businesses operate as LLCs or S-corps for liability protection and tax purposes. Talk to an attorney or CPA for personalized advice. 

  • Register your business name - Your county clerk's office or city hall website will have info to reserve your official business name - if you're using a name that isn't just your personal name, you'll need to file a DBA or "doing business as" form. 

  • Obtain licenses and permits - Your local municipality will have info on all the licenses and permits you need to operate legally, like general business licenses, sales permits, inspection requirements, etc. 

  • Get an EIN - This Employer Identification Number from the IRS is like your business's social security number for tax purposes. It's easy, just apply online. 

Check all these items off your list and feel free to hit up a business consultant or advisor that could help you out. One step closer to starting your equipment rental business. 

Finding the Right Location

 

Time to find your rental business a perfect home! This is a big decision, so let's talk see what makes for an ideal rental property: 

  • Accessible spaces - It needs to be convenient for customers to swing by and pick up equipment, so look for storefront spaces near major roads, highways, residential areas, commercial districts, etc. Easy in-and-out! 

  • Zoning - Not all locations allow commercial equipment rental businesses, so double check zoning laws first. Industrial-zoned spaces are usually a safe bet. 

  • Safety - Look for well-lit spaces, room for secure parking, and other safety precautions - anything to keep your inventory and staff secure. 

  • Cost - Commercial real estate isn't cheap. Look for competitively priced spaces or deals, such as reduced first year rent. Pay attention to the fine print on all lease terms too! 

  • Room to grow - Even if you start small, you want room to add inventory as your offerings expand down the road. Make sure there's extra square footage to grow into. 

Look outside of urban areas where real estate is a little cheaper but still has solid foot traffic. Don't rush the decision - take your time touring a bunch of spots to get a feel for what will work best. This is your business's new home! 

Purchasing Inventory 

inventory rental equipment store

Everybody’s favorite part - shopping! You will need to load up on all the quality equipment you'll be renting out! Here are a few pro tips for stocking up smartly: 

  • Focus on your niche - Only buy specialty equipment that fits your target niche, at least when starting out. Stick to the plan! 

  • Start small - It's tempting to start buying equipment when first launching, but take it slow at first. You can always add more inventory. Too much at once will overwhelm both you and your wallet. 

  • Buy quality - This is key - invest in commercial-grade, heavy duty equipment built to endure.
    regular rentals over extended periods. Well-maintained equipment will have better rental turnover and last longer. 

  • Find suppliers and wholesalers - Ask other business owners who they purchase equipment from. Search industry directories online for rental equipment vendors and wholesalers to find the best deals. 

  • Negotiate pricing - Don't be shy! Many suppliers will offer discounts for first-time or bulk orders. See what kind of deal you can work out. Paying upfront always helps too. 

    Buying outright, as opposed to leasing whenever possible, allows you to fully own equipment. And make sure to grab some solid inventory management software to track availability across your rentals.  


Setting Rental Terms and Policies 

Now that you've got shiny new equipment ready to rent out, you’ll need to establish some clear terms and policies so you can stay organized. These will protect your profits and keep customers happy. Let's talk: 

  • Pricing - Check out competitors' rates and shoot for similar pricing, usually with 30% (or higher) profit margins. You can offer tiered pricing for basic vs. premium packages too. Don't underprice yourself! 

  • Minimum rental periods - To make rentals worth your time, set minimum blocks for checkout, usually 1-3 days depending on equipment type. Avoid risky single day rentals. 

  • Deposits and fees - Charge a refundable security deposit upfront, perhaps 20% of total rental fees, that customers get back upon timely and undamaged return. You can add other fees too, like delivery/pickup charges. 

  • Payment terms - Figure out your payment schedule and accepted methods - options include prepayment, installment plans, credit card on file, etc. Make sure you actually get paid! 

  • Insurance requirements - Detail what liability coverage customers must carry in case of damage, accidents, etc. Require proof of insurance. 

  • Cancellation and refund policies - Lay out timelines for cancellations and what amount of deposit you'll refund. Be fair but firm! 

  • Late fees - Charge reasonable fees if equipment isn't returned on time or payment is late. Enforce these consistently. 

  • Damage waivers - Offer optional damage waivers customers can purchase to cover repair costs in case of minor damage. Added peace of mind for both parties. 

Having clear rental contracts and policies will avoid headaches and help ensure customers treat your equipment well. Take your time here to think through all scenarios and have an attorney review your agreements. 

Marketing Your Business 

Woohoo, now for the fun creative stuff again - getting the word out about your hot new rental company! Here are some marketing tactics we would recommend: 

  • Create a website - This is rental business 101. You need an informative site that showcases your inventory, policies, and online booking. Shopify has great templates to DIY if funds are tight. 

  • Claim local listings - Make sure your business is registered on Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc. It's free and helps people find you locally. 

  • Run paid ads - Once open, play with paid search and social media ads. Start small to test what platforms and targeting work best to get signups. 

  • Network locally - Join your chamber of commerce and any other local organizations. Get out there meeting fellow business owners and community leaders! 

    Partner up - Offer cross-promotions with complementary businesses like party venues, caterers, and construction companies. Free marketing! 

  • Use signage and flyers - Don't just rely on digital – occupy nearby high-traffic areas with eye-catching window signs, flyers, billboards, lawn signs, etc. 

  • Wow with service - This is huge. Provide customer service that people can't stop raving about. Word-of-mouth referrals are priceless. 

Blend traditional with digital. Be creative! It takes consistent marketing to build local authority and get your name out there. 

Offering Great Customer Service  

You need to wow people with incredible service from day one. This will be one of your biggest advantages when starting out. Make sure to focus on:

  • Talent - Take time to hire rental staff who have stellar people skills, product knowledge, and a customer-first mentality. Train them thoroughly so they can answer any equipment questions thrown their way. 

  • Easy bookings - Offer seamless bookings online, in person, or over the phone - whatever is convenient for your customers. Approve rentals quickly without endless back and forth. 

  • Provide delivery/pickup - Make your customers' lives easier by delivering and retrieving rentals for a reasonable fee. Less hassle = more rentals!

  • Handle issues ASAP - Respond to any customer problems, complaints or gear malfunctions. Give refunds readily if you're at fault.

  • Ask for reviews - After rentals, ask if customers would be willing to leave reviews or offer testimonials for your site. Most people will! 

Knocking customer service out of the park will help you stand out from competitors and keep renters coming back. Don't underestimate the power of word-of-mouth. Set the bar high! 


Managing Operations  

It's business time - the doors are open, customers are booking - now you have to get operationally organized so things can run smoothly. Here's a checklist to keep things humming:

  • Organize inventory - Use your inventory system religiously to track and check availability for upcoming rentals. Organization is key! 

  • Schedule rentals - Use a reservation system and calendar to carefully book and manage all rentals. Avoid overbooking or forgetting bookings! 

  • Implement maintenance - Inspect and clean equipment thoroughly after each rental to keep it in tip-top shape. Make any needed repairs immediately. 

  • Handle transportation - Determine how equipment will get to and from customers - offer delivery and pickup services if possible. 

  • Process payments - Have a system to easily accept prepayment, take payment upon pickup or charge automatically upon return to avoid non-payment issues. 

  • Keep records - Save detailed records on every equipment rental, payment, incidents etc. You'll need these down the road! 

Really focus on organization, documentation and developing efficient systems and processes up front. It will save you a lot of time rather than trying to backtrack later. 


Tips for Long-Term Success  

We covered so much! If you put in the early work, your rental side hustle can grow into a thriving full-time business. Here are our best tips for the long run: 

Reinvest profits to keep expanding your inventory and offerings. The more diverse equipment you offer over time, the more revenue streams you'll have. 

Watch industry trends and stay on top of investing in new equipment types as demand changes. You don't want your gear to be outdated. 

Set sales goals and aim to increase them 20% month over month or at least 30% annually to drive growth. Track meticulously! 

Automate processes like booking and payment collection ASAP so daily operations run smoother. The less manual work, the better. 

Hire help as needed so you don't take everything on alone. Delegate! Treat your team well. 

Diversify into related offerings down the road once your core rental business is thriving. Maybe add retail sales, repairs, classes...get creative!

Enjoy the ride! Building a successful small business takes tons of work, especially when starting out. But make sure to celebrate wins and milestones along the way.  


Final Thoughts 

There you have it, our best tips distilled into one handy guide to help you with your rental business. Seriously, we’re excited for you. Starting a business is so fulfilling. 

Let us know if any other questions pop up along the way – we're always happy to help! Want to start your rental business today? Click here to learn more.  

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Copyright © 2023 Sharpei. All Rights Reserved

In our vision of the future, everything is available on a pay-as-you-go basis, and products are regularly rotated to promote a sustainable world. 💚

Copyright © 2023 Sharpei.All Rights Reserved

In our vision of the future, everything is available on a pay-as-you-go basis, and products are regularly rotated to promote a sustainable world. 💚

Copyright © 2023 Sharpei.

In our vision of the future, everything is available on a pay-as-you-go basis, and products are regularly rotated to promote a sustainable world. 💚

Copyright © 2023 Sharpei.All Rights Reserved