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Blowers for Rent

United Rentals has an extensive range of small snow blowers, gas snow blowers and electric snow blowers, catering to all your seasonal needs. Whether you're preparing for a snowy winter or a leaf-laden fall, we have the right equipment to make your task more efficient.

For our full list of blowers for rent, view the items below. For more information about blowers, visit our resource section.

Lawn and Landscape
Cat Class Code
250-7000

Blower, Backpack, Gas Powered

  • Powerful, yet comfortable enough for all day use
  • Operating weight of 21.8 lbs.
  • Air flow: 677 CFM
  • Swivel nozzle saves time and labor
  • Uses: Ideal for propelling air for the purpose of removing debris such as leaves, grass clippings, dirt, snow and more
  • Add this blower to your cart now
Gray and orange and black STIHL Hand-held Blower, Gas Powered
Cat Class Code
290-7916

Hand-held Blower, Gas Powered

  • High efficiency, low emissions
  • Anti-vibration system helps reduce operator fatigue
  • Built-in stop switch 
  • Anti-flood purge pump primer
  • Add this hand-held blower to your cart
Orange and white Stihl backpack blower
Cat Class Code
290-7925

Backpack Blower, Gas Powered

  • High-output professional blower 
  • Swivel nozzle saves time and labor
  • Semiautomatic choke for smooth and easy starts
  • Optimal power-to-weight ratio
  • Add this backpack blower to your cart
Walk-behind Leaf Blower, 5-7 HP
Cat Class Code
290-7945

Walk-behind Leaf Blower, 5-7 HP

  • Great for heavy-duty cleanup jobs, whether on lawns or hard surfaces
  • Large wheels reduce resistance in grass
  • Heavy-duty for commercial use or large DIY jobs
  • Gas-powered models available
  • Uses: Ideal for heavy leaf cleaning work on hard or grassy surfaces
  • Add this blower to your cart now
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Cat Class Code
290-7950

Walk-behind Blower, 8 HP-10 HP, Gas Powered

  • Self-propelled drive system
  • 16-blade closed face design
  • Air volume is equal to approx. 3 1/2 backpack blowers
  • Large rear wheels (13”x5”) reduce resistance in grass
  • Add this walk-behind blower to your cart
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Cat Class Code
290-7958

Walk-behind Blower, Gas Powered, 13 HP

  • Self-propelled drive system
  • 16-blade closed face design
  • Air volume is equal to approx. 6 backpack blowers
  • Large rear wheels (13”x5”) reduce resistance in grass
  • Add this walk-behind blower to your cart
Beige FINNCORP Straw Blower, Gas Powered, 7 Tons
Cat Class Code
290-8550

Straw Blower, Gas Powered, 7 Tons

  • Maximum capacity up to 7 tons of material per hour
  • Discharge head — 360° horizontal and 70° vertical travel
  • Discharge spout and optional flex hose for easy distribution
  • Ideal for industrial and commercial projects and highway roadsides
  • Add this straw blower to your cart
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Cat Class Code
290-9007

Snow Blower, 7-12 HP

  • Mobility type: wheeled drive
  • Durable and reliable for clearing different surface types
  • Gas-powered models available
  • Chute available for immediate snow removal or redirection
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing gravel and paved surfaces, and removing several types of snow, including fluffy, light, and heavy
  • Add this snow blower to your cart now
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Cat Class Code
290-9008

Snow Blower, 8-9 HP

  • Mobility type: wheeled drive
  • Durable and reliable for clearing different surface types
  • Gas-powered models available
  • Chute available for immediate snow removal or redirection
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing gravel and paved surfaces, and removing several types of snow, including fluffy, light, and heavy
  • Add this snow blower to your cart now
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Cat Class Code
290-9011

Snow Blower, 11-12 HP

  • Mobility type: track drive
  • Durable and reliable for clearing different surface types
  • Gas-powered models available
  • Chute available for immediate snow removal or redirection
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing gravel and paved surfaces, and removing several types of snow, including fluffy, light, and heavy
  • Add this snow blower to your cart now
Resources

FAQs About Blowers

We offer a variety of snow blowers, from compact models perfect for small driveways and sidewalks to powerful gas blowers capable of clearing large areas quickly and efficiently. A reliable leaf blower becomes essential when fall arrives and leaves cover your yard. We offer a broad selection of leaf blowers, from handheld models to backpack units and powerful walk-behind blowers. Our inventory includes gas-powered and electric leaf blowers for rent to suit various preferences and needs. Whether you're battling winter's wrath or cleaning up after the fall foliage, our range of blowers for rent has you covered. Contact your United Rentals branch to find the perfect blower that fits your budget and leaf or snow-blowing tasks. 

FAQs
How much do snow blowers weigh?

The weight of snow blowers can vary greatly depending on their type, size and features. Single-stage snow blowers can weigh as little as 24 pounds on the lighter end, while electric models may range from around 30 to 65 pounds. Mid-range models, including two-stage snow blowers, can weigh between 100 to 200 pounds. Large three-stage snow blowers can weigh upwards of 300 pounds on the heavier end. Always remember to check the specific weight of the model you're interested in, as weights can vary even within the same type of snow blower.

Are leaf blowers bad for the environment?

If you're environmentally conscious or prefer a quieter, easy-to-maintain machine, consider our electric snow blowers for rent. They're efficient, easy to start and perfect for clearing moderate amounts of snow from your property.

Do leaf blowers take mixed gas?

Yes, leaf blowers do take mixed gas. The engine of a leaf blower is typically a two-stroke engine, which requires a blend of gasoline and oil to function correctly. The typical ratio for this mixture tends to be 40:1 or 50:1, but it can vary depending on the manufacturer's recommendations. This means for every 40 or 50 parts of gasoline, there should be 1 part of oil. The recommended octane rating for the gas is generally 87 or higher, and the ethanol content should ideally be 10% or less.