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Service & Repair

Construction Equipment & Supply has a staff of six full-time mechanics that are directed by our Service Manager, Jack Bradshaw. Our mechanics are experienced, and factory trained on the units they are working on daily. Whether it be in our shop or on the job site, our mechanics can service or repair your equipment. Whether it be aerial equipment or dirt equipment, we can handle all your service needs.

ANNUAL INSPECTIONS: ANSI standards call for aerial equipment, such as scissor lifts, boom lifts and telehandlers to be annually inspected by a factory trained mechanic every 13 months. This inspection can help ensure that your equipment is safe and can also help prevent costly repairs by diagnosing the problem at an early stage. Contact Jack Bradshaw at (419) 625-7192 to set up an appointment.

REPAIRS: Whether it be a routine service, machine damage or an unknown issue, our mechanics can diagnose the problem and provide you with a quote to fix it. For convivence, our mechanics can often repair the problem on the job site or we can arrange for it to be hauled back to our shop. As a JLG, Genie and Skyjack dealer, we often have the parts needed for the repair on hand, which leads to less machine downtime. Have a hydraulic leak? Our mechanics can make hoses on their truck. We also accept walk-ins for hydraulic hoses.

TOOL REPAIR: From hand tools to lasers, as an authorized dealer for many of the leading tool manufactures, we can arrange for your tools to be sent into the manufacture and repaired.

END-USER TRAINING: With stricter ANSI and OHSA standards, call Construction Equipment & Supply today to schedule your end-user training for aerial equipment for your employees. Your safety is our priority. Our factory-trained teacher will lead you and your employees through the class here at our location and provide you with the proper certificates required by ANSI and OHSA. Starting June 1st, 2020 all end users of aerial equipment must be recertified to be compliant with the new standards.