It’s time to get your oil changed. We’ve all been there. As you flip your visor up you see the reminder sticker that was slapped on your car’s windshield after the last oil change. The “next service” date has come and gone and a quick glance at your odometer shows that you’ve driven well past the six thousand mile mark too. You sigh and contemplate your options. You can call your mechanic and schedule an appointment right away. We all know the hassle that come with that though. You have to try to find the right time, but carving an hour or two out of your busy schedule can be hard to do. There is the option to leave your car at the garage and pick it up later, but then you have to find someone to drive you to work or home and that’s an even bigger hassle. Then there’s the whole paying for an oil change that can see some extra cash quickly slip away.
The thought might cross your mind to keep driving your car, regardless. This can have serious repercussions. Oil keeps your engine lubricated and functioning properly. Without it, you could run into serious issues. The same can be said for replacing air filters, changing sparkplugs, assessing fluid levels and rotating tires. Proper maintenance can protect you from experiencing costly fixes, which can usually be avoided
The same idea applies to many other situations – like your hydraulic equipment! You may not even realize the importance of regularly maintaining your hydraulic equipment, until it is too late. Premature failure of your equipment can cost thousands or millions of dollars every year to repair, not to mention the costly downtime you will experience.
Bernell Hydraulics knows the importance of keeping your hydraulic equipment well-maintained and running properly, which is why we offer preventative maintenance services.
Bernell Hydraulics has been in the industry for almost 40 years. We have established a knowledgeable team of technicians that can repair and work on all kinds of hydraulic systems. Our experienced technicians can diagnose and repair problems in the field, test new equipment, and replace or repair valves, cylinders, pumps and motors. They know what components in a hydraulic system commonly fail, which makes them experts on how to prevent these common malfunctions. A simple maintenance program will help you avoid the costly repairs that our technicians are frequently sent out to deal with.
Our technicians will come to your site and test fluid levels, calibrate equipment and conduct inspections on your hydraulic machinery. These simple preventative maintenance tasks can greatly reduce the risk of damage or major failure of your hydraulic system that could end up costing you millions!
Don’t wait until you need costly hydraulic repairs or service to call. Call Bernell Hydraulics today at 800-326-7252, or stop into one of our four locations in Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, Colton or Anaheim, to speak with a representative. Our staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and will be able to explain how preventative maintenance on your hydraulic equipment can help your company avoid costly repairs down the road.