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Book Oxygen Concentrator Rentals in Houston

If you or a loved one needs an oxygen concentrator or oxygen tank for a temporary period, renting one can be a great option. Use our oxygen concentrator rental service in Houston. Our rental process is hassle-free and convenient, making it easy for you to get the oxygen assistance you need. 

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Oxygen Tank
(E Tank)

Includes regulator & tank key for easy use

Weekly: $60

Monthly: $140

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Oxygen Concentrator

Best option for travel and/or airline use. FAA Approved

Weekly: $150

Monthly: $400

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Home Oxygen Concentrator (5 Liter)

Best option for 24/7 use or sleeping all night

Weekly: $100

Monthly: $225


Concentrator Battery

Great option for users who need extra battery power

Weekly: $25

Monthly: $60

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Home Oxygen Concentrator (10 Liter)

Best option for constant high flow users 

Weekly: $150

Monthly: $400

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Tank Cart
(With Wheels)

Keep your oxygen tank safe and easier to move freely

Weekly: $10

Monthly: $25

Oxygen Safety Tips

How do you safely use oxygen at home?

Although oxygen is a safe gas, there are still a few best practices to use when you are using oxygen at home. 


  •  You want to make sure you never smoke when using oxygen because an open flame can support the process of combustion. This also means that you have to be careful using oxygen in the kitchen when you are near a gas stove or candle.


  • You always want to store your oxygen in a temperate environment. Do not leave your oxygen tanks or oxygen concentrators in a car for a long period of time. 


  • Make sure your oxygen tank or oxygen concentrator is in an upright position and does not topple over. This will ensure that your oxygen tank does not leak and will also help from causing any damage to your oxygen device.


  • You can also try taking safety measures around the house and put signs that you use oxygen indoors so workers present in the area can be aware.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between a walker and rollator?
    The distinction between a walker and a rollator is the presence of wheels. When you move, all four legs of a walker remain in touch with the ground. To move ahead, the walker must be elevated. A rollator is sometimes known as a "rolling walker with a seat." A rollator has four wheels and brakes and does not require lifting to move. Because the wheels swivel, rollators are easy to maneuver. Rollators are often huge, making them difficult to handle within tiny apartments or short corridors. Walkers are more difficult to maneuver and traverse, but they are more stable since all four legs remain on the floor.
  • What should I look for in an elderly walker or rollator?
    Whether you're shopping for yourself or a loved one, there are certain features that a walker should carry to best fit your lifestyle. If you're someone who is looking for balance and stability then you might want to choose a standard walker that keeps you grounded. If you want more independence and quicker mobility then a rollator could serve you best. If you need a walker for your elderly parents that still drive themselves and need something lightweight to get in and out of the car then the "EZ Fold Walker" or "lightweight rollator" could be a great solution. Whatever the case may be, make sure to have something in mind for your needs so that you can narrow down your choices when you come to a medical supply store to make a decision.
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