Our range of repair and maintenance services includes:
From major servicing to the simple application of lubrication, all routine maintenance can be carried out by our technical team at one of our fully-equipped, purpose-built workshops or on your own premises. The team are experienced in working with all fire and rescue vehicles, regardless of which company those vehicles were manufactured by.
Neither the complexity nor size of the repair alters the Terberg ability to complete it. Chassis and top hamper problems can be quickly solved and we offer extremely competitive man-hour and mileage rates to make sure these essential repairs are cost-effective as well as quickly-completed.
Terberg technicians have been factory-trained on both Detroit Diesel and Caterpillar engines as well as the renowned Allison gearbox. This means they can confidently and successfully undertake almost any repair and full rebuilds can usually be done in place.
We can improve and enhance fire vehicles in a number of ways, increasing their capabilities. Accommodating new equipment, improving stowage and raising levels of operator safety and comfort rank high on the list of options and we are able to identify issues and propose accurate, successful solutions.
Terberg DTS own and operate a modern paintshop which, located in Halifax, is large enough to accommodate any fire and rescue vehicle. We use our in-house paint-mixing facility and precise colour matching techniques to undertake all repairs from minor scratches to full repaint projects.
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