Heavy Equipment Mats Rentals

Mat Rentals & Leases

At Legacy Mats, we understand that investing in equipment for short-term or occasional use may not always be cost-effective for your business. That’s why we offer flexible mat rentals and leasing options catering to your needs. Our extensive inventory of high-quality crane mats and timber mats are available for rent or lease on-demand at competitive prices, allowing you to focus on your project without worrying about the cost of ownership. Whether you need a mat for a few weeks or several months, our team can work with you to find the solution that fits your budget and project requirements.

Construction Mat Rental

Overcome any obstacle you face during the planning or execution of any project by taking advantage of our options for construction mat rental. The team at Legacy Mats understands that every business is unique and has differing needs. Our expansive inventory of options and our relationship with our distributors makes it easy to offer swamp mat rental to businesses when it is in line with your overall goals.

If you find a new field to drill in and your entire operational infrastructure is tied up in ongoing projects, our team has a solution. Our oil field mat rental program can get you the mats you need without holding you back or costing you a fortune. You can balance your available resources and meet the needs of new clients with a digging mat rental. We are ready to deploy the resources you need, to wherever you are in the country.

Strategic Mat Rental

Even if you traditionally operate in areas outside of swamps, the need may come for a mat that can help you cross marshy locations. Flash flooding and other calamities may strike that require the use of a mat in a special situation. Instead of blowing your budget on a product that you won’t use that often, make the call to our team for more information about our swamp mat rental program.

A Timely Timber Mat Rental

Build a better business by establishing a partnership with our company. Get a timber mat rental that makes it possible to serve more clients at the same time. Tell us what you need out of your crane mats, and let us find an affordable crane mat rental that gets the job done for you. You don’t have to spend a fortune investing in new infrastructure just to address a seasonal uptick in your workload. When you need a dragline mat rental during the peak season, our team is ready to make a difference.

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Mat Rentals & Leases FAQ

What is the standard crane mat size?
Crane mats come in a variety of sizes depending on the specific application and weight requirements. At Legacy Mats, we offer mats in sizes ranging from 8′ to 40′ in length, and thicknesses ranging from 6″ to 12″.
What kind of wood are crane mats made of?
Our crane mats are made from high-quality hardwood that ensures durability and reliability in even the toughest conditions. We use a variety of hardwoods including oak, maple, and ash, depending on the specific requirements of the mat.
Do crane mats float?
Crane mats are not designed to float, as they are typically used to provide a stable surface for cranes and other heavy equipment to operate on.
How do you calculate crane mats?
The number of crane mats required for a project depends on several factors, including the weight of the equipment, the terrain of the job site, and the required size and thickness of the mat. Our team can work with you to determine the appropriate number of mats required for your project.
Who uses crane mats?
Our crane mats are used by a variety of industries, including construction, pipeline, power lines, renewables, mining, and more. They provide a reliable foundation for equipment, even in challenging environments.
Does OSHA require outrigger pads?
OSHA does not require the use of outrigger pads, but they are recommended as a safety measure to help prevent tip-overs and other accidents. Our outrigger pads are designed to provide stability and support for cranes and other heavy equipment, helping to reduce the risk of accidents on the job site.