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  1. QEP Torque Master 3/5 HP Wet Tile Saw
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    est. $4 /week*
  2. RIDGID 15 Amp 10 in. Wet Tile Saw with Portable Stand
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    est. $41 /week*
  3. Rubi STAR-63 PLATINUM
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    est. $7 /week*
  4. 10.5 ft. Large Format Rail Tile Cutter
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    est. $46 /week*
  5. RYOBI 4-in Tile Saw
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    est. $6 /week*
  6. DEWALT 10 inch Wet Tile Saw w/ Stand
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    est. $50 /week*
  7. RIDGID 12 Amp Corded 8-in Tile Saw w/ Extended Rip
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    est. $31 /week*
  8. Hilti 12 inch x 1 inch Super Premium-X Universal Diamond Saw Blade
    (4.4)
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    est. $10 /week*
  9. Hilti 14 inch x 1 inch EQD SPX Universal Segmented Diamond Blades
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    est. $11 /week*
  10. Hilti 14 inch x 1 inch SPX Diamond Metal Cutting Blade
    (5.0)
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    est. $10 /week*
  11. Hilti 16 inch x 1 inch EQD SPX Universal Segmented Diamond Cutting Disc
    (3.0)
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    est. $14 /week*
  12. Hilti 16 inch x 1 inch SPX Diamond Metal Cutting Blade
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Depending on the brand, investing in a professional tile saw can cost hundreds of dollars. But here at LeaseVille, we offer tile saw rental in addition to a huge selection of other professional power tools. You can rent a top-of-the-line saw from your favorite brand and only end up paying between $10 and $50 per week for the duration of your lease! We offer a full range of tile saw options from respected tool brands like Dewalt, Rigid, Stark, and many more. In addition to full saw setups, you can rent individual saw blades that fit your renovation and construction needs. If you qualify for a tile saw rental through our lease program, you can enjoy professional equipment now at affordable lease payments vs. paying retail price upfront.

Our lease options include renting on a temporary month-by-month basis. The first option means you can rent a tile saw for a short-term project and then cancel the lease when you are finished with the equipment. If this is more of a long-term purchase and you can own the saw at the end of the lease, you can conclude the lease by making 26 by-weekly payments and receive full ownership of the saw. Finally, if the job pays off and you know you’re ready to buy out, you can save up to 50% of your remaining lease with an early buyout.

The best part about choosing LeaseVille for a tile saw rental is that good credit is not required, and bad or no credit is okay. To qualify, you need at least six months of steady income that is over $2000/month,  a good active checking account with steady deposits, and no excess overdraft. For many young homeowners wanting to save money by doing DIY home improvement or even construction companies that are just getting off the ground, buying equipment outright is not always possible. We want to be the service that fills that gap by offering a flexible and affordable way to access the high-quality equipment you need. If you have a limited budget or have experienced rejection due to your credit history, let us provide what you are looking for!

What is the difference between a tile cutter and a tile saw?

A tile cutter is a manual tool to cut tile, stone, porcelain, and other materials. This machine cuts tiles in two by scoring the material's surface, then using pressure to snap the piece along the scored line effectively. A tile saw, sometimes called a wet saw, is a motorized power tool that can cut tile, stone, etc. This machine features a water-cooled blade that can make clean and precise cuts into dense and brittle materials like tile. A tile cutter is perfect for smaller projects. And a tile saw is better suited to projects that require a higher volume and more precise cuts.

How do professionals cut tile?

Professionals will typically cut tile using a wet tile saw. These saws often have a diamond-tipped blade that can make smooth and precise cuts through tile, ceramic, and porcelain. The saw blade is kept wet to prevent the tile from heating up and cracking during cutting. Professionals will start by measuring the size and shape of tile needed for a particular space in the installation and mark cut lines onto a piece of tile. They will then use a wet saw to cut the tile along the lines, creating a perfect puzzle piece for the installation.

How do you cut tiles quickly?

The fastest way to cut a piece of tile is by using a manual tile cutter. Place your tile under the machine's arm and align it underneath the scoring blade using any cutting marks. Then score the tile by passing the blade firmly over the tile once or twice. And finally, snap the tile in two by applying pressure to the tile's surface using the machine's arm. This is the fastest way to cut tile, but it may not be the most precise. You should use a motorized wet tile saw for more precision or specialized cuts.