Precise climate control is essential at many industrial facilities and remote job sites. If you're in Minnesota or Iowa, Ziegler Rental is your one-stop headquarters for HVAC equipment rentals for establishing and maintaining a comfortable indoor environment, softening frozen ground to prepare it for digging, removing humidity, and other purposes.
When you rent from Ziegler, you partner with a trusted equipment provider that's been serving the region for more than a century. You'll get a high-performing product at a competitive rate and enjoy a smooth, seamless customer experience.
You might know Ziegler for our broad assortment of Cat® earthmoving equipment — we're the exclusive Cat supplier for Minnesota and much of Iowa. We also carry products from other top manufacturers to ensure the most complete selection for our valued customers.
Our extensive inventory of climate control rentals includes portable air conditioning units from Portacool, convection heaters from Wacker Neuson, forced air heaters from Allmand, and much more.
We offer our rentals in multiple sizes and capacities to meet any project requirement. Our knowledgeable equipment specialists are available to help you choose the right product for your needs and budget.
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At Ziegler, our team includes well-trained, experienced service technicians who keep our rental fleet in optimal condition to ensure maximum performance and reliability. We also conduct comprehensive safety inspections, giving you extra peace of mind.
Additional reasons to choose us for HVAC rentals and other equipment needs include:
Utilizing climate control rentals in Minnesota or Iowa is an excellent way to fill an immediate equipment need. Whether you require a machine to meet increased demand or temporarily replace a broken-down unit, we have the right product for the job.
You'll also lower your operating costs by not having to pay for maintenance and repairs. And if you're looking to buy, you can rent first to take one or several models for a risk-free "test drive."