Rental World

at 2662 Columbia Ave, Lancaster, 17603 United States

We are a one-stop rental shop, providing all your party and equipment rental needs! Two separate showrooms display our rental inventory. Stop in today to check us out!

Rental World
2662 Columbia Ave
Lancaster , PA 17603
United States
Contact Phone
P: (717) 397-3663


Renting party and tool equipment. Serving the contractor to the homeowner. Helping brides and event planners. Family owned for over 40 years.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Tuesdays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Wednesdays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Thursdays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Fridays: 07:00- 17:30
  • Saturdays: 07:30- 16:30

General Info

For more than 40 years Rental World has built its reputation on quality rental equipment and service. From traditional to contemporary...from formal to casual... We can provide the finishing touches on any wedding budget. We offer experienced, personalized service to assist you in creating your dream wedding or special event; creating beautiful weddings is one of our specialties. Bridal showers, engagement parties, rehearsal dinners, bachelor parties, family get-togethers and of course the wedding ceremony and reception are some of the special parties that we can provide specialty items. We offer a vast array of wedding items such as aisle, spiral and unity candelbras, wedding arches, aisle runners, china, silverware, glassware, linens, chair covers, tables, chairs, canopies, tents, serving equipment, dance floor and much, much more. Our prices are the lowest in town. Set-up and Tear-down of tables and chairs can be provided and should be arranged when order is placed. We offer delivery and pick-up at very reasonable rates. We have a large selection of equipment for the home owner, contractor, commercial and industrial customer and are an Authorized Stihl Dealer, carrying a complete line of Stihl Products! We stock a large selection of new parts, oils, saw chains & accessories. Equipment ranges from automotive, air and electric hand tools, diamond & carbide drill bits, core bits & cutoff wheels, paint sprayers, wallpaper steamers, pumps, flooring & carpet tools, scaffolding, lawn & garden equipment up to the larger equipment, such as compressors, one man lifts, welders, skid loaders, small backhoes, trenchers, chippers from 6"- 10", trailer rentals. Our trucks are well maintained, very clean & in excellent running condition. Also we have a large array of sale items sand paper, LPGas, heaters & many more products new & used. We invite you to use our new service tool repair. We repair all makes & models. Turn around time approxment 5 - 7 work days if parts are in stock. Have other repair or tune-up needs, we also service & repair chain saws, lawn & garden equipment, etc.. Just give us a call or stop by. Our presence on the Internet is another example of our desire to serve our customers by saving them time and money while giving them the greatest value possible. Whether you browse using our web site or come into our showroom, you can be assured that Rental World is your link to satisfying your RENTAL needs with quality, value and service.

Reviews for Rental World

Sam A.

Rental world... don't go here. They double booked my rental and offered no solution. Workers were dumbfounded when we came in to pick up our equipment and... Read more

Ed S.

Rented lawn equip, very helpful, brought it back clean and a full tank of gas. Returned my deposit with no problems. Will rent again.

John S.

Thank you rental world for your help with our wedding. My wife and I were married in mid June, 2016. At the suggestion of the coordinator at Rock Ford... Read more
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Published on 2014-09-24 18:10:00 GMT

Per Scott's: Myth #6: Always Use Your Lawnmower's Grass-Clippings Bag In most cases, grass clippings are good for your lawn. They help replenish nitrogen back into the soil without causing thatch build-up. Grass clippings give you trouble when grass is long and you're cutting more than 1/3 off, when the grass is wet, or you're about to overseed. Otherwise, save yourself some effort and leave the clippings where they fall - unless they fall on the sidewalk or driveway. Then you'll want to sweep them up.

Published on 2014-09-22 15:45:00 GMT

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Published on 2014-09-18 19:15:00 GMT

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Published on 2014-09-15 00:35:00 GMT

Per Scott's: Myth #3: Gypsum Aerates Your Lawn Somebody made a lot of money with this one. If you spread gypsum on your lawn, you'll end up with some very nice pebbles, but not an aerated lawn.

Published on 2014-09-11 19:00:00 GMT

Per Scott's: Myth #2: You Need to Aerate Your Lawn Every Year Aerating is hard work that requires expensive machinery. Fortunately, you may not have to do it. Aeration is helpful when your lawn has a lot of foot traffic that compacts the soil. Also, if you have a lot of thatch, or if you need to amend the soil, you may want to aerate. If not, save yourself some time and money, not to mention an aching back.

Published on 2014-09-09 16:00:01 GMT

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Published on 2014-09-05 14:00:02 GMT

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Published on 2014-09-04 20:05:01 GMT

Don't get stuck with cold burgers! Refill your propane tanks before this weekend's BBQ! Open today until 5:30p and Saturday 7:30a-4:30p!

Published on 2014-08-29 15:19:07 GMT

Small engine mechanic position available at Rental World. Apply in store.

Published on 2014-06-20 01:00:00 GMT

Do you have mechanical skills? Rental World is currently looking for a small engine mechanic. Fill out an application at our store.

Published on 2014-06-18 17:15:55 GMT

Welcome to our BUSY season! Weddings, Graduations, Reunions, and every outdoor Lawn&Garden project you could think of! We hope if you're in need of any rentals, you stop by or give us a call!

Published on 2014-06-13 16:59:59 GMT

Memorial Day is quickly approaching! What do you have planned -- a weekend of partying or a weekend of yardwork?