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Concrete & Masonry for Sale (219)

At United Rentals, we offer a comprehensive range of used concrete and masonry equipment for sale. Our selection includes everything from concrete mixers to masonry saws, all designed with efficiency and sustainability in mind.

For our full list of concrete and masonry equipment for sale, view the items below. For more information about concrete and masonry, visit our resource section.



FAQs About Concrete and Masonry

United Rentals offers a substantial lineup of used concrete and masonry equipment for sale, including masonry and tile saws, mixers, power buggies, street saws, core drills, concrete grinders and more. Our certified technicians service and maintain all our used equipment, ensuring your machinery runs smoothly and reliably. Our selection features equipment from trusted manufacturers like Allen Engineering, Multiquip, Wacker Neuson and other name brands. In addition, much of our concrete and masonry equipment for sale is covered by our field-proven United Guard Warranty, so you can feel confident in your purchase. Additionally, to keep your owned equipment in optimal working order, check out our Customer Equipment Solutions to help safeguard your investment.

Learn more about our concrete and masonry equipment in our FAQ section below.

What is the difference between brick and concrete?

Bricks are some of the oldest and most widely used building materials globally, consisting primarily of clay, sand, iron oxide and magnesia. They are typically used as structural materials for buildings and aesthetic landscaping. On the other hand, concrete blocks consist of cement, sand, gravel and water. Uses include load-bearing and non-load-bearing blocks in walls and backing for retaining walls, chimneys, fireplaces and more.

How can I prevent cracks from forming in concrete?

You can do a few things during the construction process to minimize the chance of cracking. First, starting with a sound, compact subgrade is essential, and modifying your concrete mix with a lower water-to-cement ratio can also help. Being purposeful with your control joint placement and properly curing your concrete can also reduce the chances of cracking. One last thing to remember is that pouring concrete on frozen ground can often lead to cracking. As long as your crew is mindful of the above items, you should end up with a sound concrete job.