West Berlin, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/15/2018 -- Construction or mining professionals who are allowing an old, damaged, or unusable hydraulic rock hammer to take up space on their worksites are being encouraged to contact Hydraulic Breaker Service, LLC to learn about how they can trade in an old hydraulic hammer for a newer and safer model. No matter what the condition, Hydraulic Breaker Service, LLC is able to replace older hydraulic hammers with new models or one of their many certified rebuilt units.
Using old or damaged equipment on a work site can do more than make a job more difficult or lengthy—it can also put the safety of the entire team at risk. In an effort to improve workplace conditions and OSHA compliance around the country, Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC is currently offering a trade-in program for industry professionals who use hydraulic hammers in their work. Older models, no matter their condition, can be quickly traded in for a new or certified rebuild—translating to a more efficient and safer workspace. The company also offers comprehensive training sessions that can help new employees learn the best ways to use their tools and keep older and more experienced employees' skills as sharp as the day they learned them.
Anyone who is interested in learning more about the trade-in program being offered by Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC is encouraged to give their team a call today at 800-940-8517 or to pay them a visit online at https://hydraulicbreakerservices.com/ to request a free estimate.
About Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC
With the most powerful equipment in the industry, Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC is able to provide unmatched customer service, support, and maintenance. By surpassing the expectations of all companies, they show how committed they are to their product by going above and beyond for every client.
For more information about Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC or to schedule an on-site hammer operating training session, visit http://www.hydraulicbreakerservices.com.
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