Hoover’s Preventative Maintenance Program

Our professionals will proactively make sure you get the most out of your Hoover Pumping System!

Inspection | Detection | Correction

Hoover Pumping Systems are built to last. But, like your car, routine maintenance is essential to its proper functioning and a long service life. Hoover’s Preventative Maintenance Program maximizes the long-term function
of your pump system and minimizes costly downtime. All of this protects the expensive landscaping the system is there to water.

To maximize a system’s life cycle we perform site visits at regular intervals to test various components, system performance and replace wearable parts to keep the system in top condition. We attempt to proactively identify any concerns so they can be addressed before a situation worsens into a more costly crisis event. All of this protects your investment in equipment and landscaping.

If preventative maintenance is considered as part of comprehensive maintenance plans for new pumps from the beginning, you can expect the following results:
  • 25-50% savings of total maintenance costs
  • Greater energy efficiency
  • Reduced risk of major breakdowns
  • Reduced complaints and NO downtime

Why Do You Need Expert Pump Maintenance?

Our Preventative Maintenance Plan maximizes system service life and diminishes the risk of premature failures, lowering the lifetime cost of ownership.

The varied nature of pump station failures demands a broad expertise in both mechanical and electrical disciplines. Our fully qualified and trained engineers with fully stocked service vans can guarantee repairs while on-site 97% of the time.

  • We service, repair, replace, customize and install pump stations for a variety of irrigation and non-irrigation uses.
  • Hoover Customer Field Service Experts provide prompt service throughout Florida within 24 hours.
  • Our 17-point check list identifies the root cause of recurring issues instead of just treating the symptoms.

We Can Help You Break the Cycle!
Does Any of This Sound Familiar?

  • Weekly complaints from residents about their irrigation not coming on
  • Stressed or dying turf (landscape)
  • Continuous invoices to repair broken main lines, failed valves (decoders), clogged sprinkler heads
  • Replacing equipment (motors, controls) on what seems to be on a regular schedule
  • Always dealing with irrigation issues that never go away and are never resolved
  • Increased pest control costs
  • Unhealthy, improperly irrigated turf (Green alone does not mean healthy: weeds vs. healthy turf)

Your irrigation pump station is as vital to the landscape’s health as the heart is to the human body. Don’t wait until your stressed landscape begins to die and becomes a costly concern.

Contact the experts at Hoover and sign up for our Preventative Maintenance Plan today!