At Versalift, our family of dealers and distributors provides a full set of repair and maintenance services to Versalift customers. Our distributors also carry a full complement of parts, which allows service to move very quickly. Our goal is to properly repair or service your bucket truck as quickly as possible to get you back on the road. All of our service employees are factory trained to service Versalift aerial lifts
At distributor and dealer service locations, bucket truck services include, but are not limited to:
Hydraulic systems repair
Fiberglass bucket repair
ANSI inspection services
24 hour road service
Fully equipped mobile service vehicles
Rebuilds and remounts
Scheduled maintenance represents an important piece of our service process. After the first 30 days of ownership, a Versalift bucket truck should return to the dealership for two specific reasons: to re-torque all critical fasteners on the bucket truck, and to replace the return line filter. Every three months, or 250 service hours, three inspections should be performed. First, a general inspection to confirm that there is no lift interference, no damage or wear to wires and hoses, and to inspect decals, rests and tie-down straps. Second, there is a structural inspection of structural components and platform and critical fasteners and welds. Lastly, there is an operational check of the pump, controls, valves, leaks, cylinder damage and clearances. After six months, or 500 service hours, of ownership, there is a scheduled hydraulic fluid inspection, and a series of normal maintenance activities, including filter replacement and valve adjustments. All scheduled maintenance and service visits should be scheduled with your Versalift dealer.
Versalift bucket trucks are the industry leader in safety, reliability and overall quality. As a matter of fact, there are no recommended parts replacements for any Versalift products. As a result, you may find a lot of our competitors’ bucket trucks in the service bays among our family of dealers.