Rent and sell online, in your store, and basically wherever your customers are. With Rentle, you get a ready-made website with a built-in online booking system, and sales tools for your store - all seamlessly connected so you will never get overbooked.
Create products you want to sell and rent to your customers. You can add tools and equipment for rent, merchandise for sale, and services to complete the whole experience. Flexible.
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It is a pleasant experience. I was integrating it into my website and had a very good customer support experience. The lite (free) version has a lot ...Read Full Review - Capterra.com
If we purely look at the profit margin of a rental product, within one month, it’s already higher than the margin of one sold unit. If the product ...Read the Full Customer Story
Although renting outdoor equipment has been around for a long time, the process has always been complicated. What's been lacking in the industry is ...Read the Full Customer Story
Very positive. Great support from your staff. Easy to update information. Great service.Read Full Review - Capterra.com
Compared to reservations that we got before (via email and phone), we've experienced huge growth in reservations after starting to use Rentle. It is ...Read Full Review - Capterra.com
Product suggestions: cross-selling our different products and services is the best in class. Ease to use. You don't need days of training to teach ...Read Full Review - Capterra.com
It has been very positive, the 'live' chat help has been great. The online booking platform has really improved the efficiency of bookings for both ...Read Full Review - Capterra.com
It seems very well-built and has a lot of features. Feels integrated and modern. I'm only missing one of my desired features. Lots of features. ...Read Full Review - Capterra.com
I love that I can integrate this with my shop to offer my customers the choice between renting and buying. The setup process is really simple and ...Read Full Review - Capterra.com
Inexpensive, amazing customer support, and ease of use!Read Full Review - Capterra.com
Superb support and reaction time for problems. I have never experienced such a great attitude towards users from support people. Flexibility, ...Read the Full Customer Story
I've been very impressed with Rentle and the overall level of patience and professionalism. The tech team has worked wonders, and despite us ...Read the Full Customer Story
The growth we experienced would not have been possible without Rentle. Rentle is just great, a nice bunch of people with awesome support and software ...Read the Full Customer Story
We figured out that the time customers spent inside the shop queuing, waiting, and fitting the equipment was significantly reduced.Read the Full Customer Story
You need a website and online booking software to start getting online reservations for tools and construction equipment. With Rentle, your equipment rental business gets a ready-made e-commerce website with a built-in online booking system.
First, add the products and services you want to rent and sell to Rentle and determine the quantities in Rentle's inventory management system. That way, your availabilities are always up to date, and you don't get overbooked. Next, set up your payment options so your customers can book and pay their rentals in advance.
Once everything is set up, you can embed Rentle to your existing website or use Rentle as a standalone website.
Generally, tool and equipment rentals can be very profitable and enjoy high profit margins. Still, just like with any company, profitability comes down to your business's income and expenditure structure.
Rental companies serving professional contractors typically have longer contracts, and single orders are bigger. The downside is that the market is more challenging to enter because the equipment is more expensive, and the competition is fiercer. Companies focusing more on private individuals can get started easier because the tools are cheaper to buy. However, DIY projects tend to be concentrated in the summer months, making the business somewhat more seasonal.
To better understand your financial estimates, we recommend looking at our guide to financial planning and budgeting →