At HFS Agri Hire, we believe that our customer support is of the utmost importance and with our large workshop to facilitate both our hire customer machine repairs and servicing as well as repairs and servicing on all makes of tractor/farm equipment and contractors' plant alike, in our surrounding area by our trained mechanics.
For all accident damage repairs, our Accident Repair Centre carries out a comprehensive service. For more information see our Accident Repair Section.
HFS Hydraulics supplies an on-site and counter service to all our cutomers needing hydraulic hoses replaced or repaired. For those jobs or breakdowns that require a callout, our company operates service vans fully equipped with generators, welding equipment and indeed all the facilities of a complete mobile workshop to get your machine up and running as soon as possible.
We have a wide range of hydraulic hoses and fittings which include BSP, JIC, Metric, CAT and Komatsu and a comprehensive stock of hydraulic oils and digger bucket tips and teeths readily available for almost all excavator types. We also have digger filters and parts.
All work is carried out to a very high standard and we stock a full range of after market parts and filters etc. that you can have fitted by our trained mechanics.
Digger refurbishment and line boring service available.
From diggers to dumpers, cranes to crushers, if time is money, "down-time" is money leaking away like the oil from a burst hose.
Given the vital importance of every link in a busy construction or demolition project, it is obvious that effective maintenance of the parts which are most likely to let you down will produce significant improvements in plant productivity and efficiency. Kicking the stable door closed after the mare has bolted can leave the same feeling as swopping out a worn hose AFTER it has held up work over an hour on your busy site.
As well as preventing "down-time", changing the hoses before they blow out will also eliminate environmentally damaging (and potentially expensive) oil spills.
A specialist HFS engineer will be able to advise you on what hoses are at risk. Naturally, they will also organise to fix any of those problems at a time that is convenient for your busy operation.