Complete Water Management and Equipment Rentals
Who We Are...
For over 15 years R&R Rentals has been providing Western Canada with industry leading customer service and fully comprehensive water management solutions.
Our combination of fully qualified staff, of 100+ contractors, and high-quality equipment positions us as your preferred choice with the industry. We succeed by growing with industry leaders and adapting to our ever changing environment in order to continue to provide superior service.
We have recently teamed with Fire and Flood Services to bring a revolutionary fire prevention method to the industry. This system will allow for kilometers of land to be covered in minutes and drastically reduce the spread of wildfire. Please check out our Emergency Services page for more information!
What We Do...
R&R Rentals is proud to offer the industry comprehensive services in the areas of equipment rentals and water management. Choose from our selection of quality equipment or contact us for crews to assist in all operations. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates available. Just like you, we work 24/7, so you can always count on us to be available when you need us.
Here is a short video showing our water line pumping from source to frac site:
R&R Rentals believes that safety should be first in mind when making daily decisions at every level in our operations. Our objective is to provide a safe and healthy place of work for all staff members and to meet all our duties and obligations to our clients. We are dedicated to working with the communities in which we operate to maintain an extremely safe work environment as to not hinder their daily lives and ensure everyone is safe on our project sites. Our safety program is understood, embraced and strictly followed by all management and employees. We take proactive safety measures to ensure we have a continuous focus on our culture of safety which we proudly demonstrate with our Certificate of Recognition. A COR shows that the employer’s health and safety management system has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards. These standards are established by Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).