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Hydraulic Repair

When you’re trimming trees, repairing power lines, and performing construction duties in the sky, you need to ensure your equipment is up to par. After all, your workers are putting their faith in your equipment every time they’re sent into the air. If you’re not regularly inspecting and repairing your hydraulic hoses and booms, you could be setting yourself up for a disaster. 

Utility Equipment Service is there to help. For nearly 40 years, our team of hydraulic repair specialists has helped construction businesses, emergency responders, and everyone in between. We are prepared to handle any issue with your hydraulic equipment. For more information, don’t hesitate to give us a call today. 

Servicing a Variety of Brands

One of the most common questions we get? What brands we service. Rest assured that the team at Utility Equipment Service has experience servicing a range of hydraulic systems, including Dur-A-Lift and Venturo hydraulic truck and mast cranes.

It’s important that our team has experience working with various types of hydraulic systems. If you’re ever in need of new hoses, booms, or trucks, you can depend on us. At Utility Equipment Service, we do it all. 

Hoses, Booms, and More

Over time, or because of extraneous factors like overuse or overheating, the components on your hydraulic system will start to wear down. In these situations, you need to rely on a team with ample experience inspecting hydraulic systems. Our team of experts is prepared to inspect and repair every aspect of your hydraulic system, from booms to hoses and more. 

After all, the various parts of your hydraulic system have a limited lifespan. Hoses need regular inspections to check for leaks, breaks, and other issues that could threaten the safety of your workers. The booms need to be inspected regularly to ensure that it operates properly. If something ever smells strange, makes a weird noise, or fails to work as expected, contact us as soon as you can. 

We know the right level of slack your system needs. We know which clamps to use for every application. Let our team show you how to meet OSHA standards with your hydraulic systems every time. 

Contact Utility Equipment Service

When it comes to keeping your employees safe, you can always depend on the experience and professionalism of Utility Equipment Service. Give us a call at 931-489-0900 or fill out our contact form online. We look forward to making your workplace safer.