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Upgrade & Rebuild Services

We can take any drill that is still structurally sound and make it operate as good as it did new for a fraction of the cost of a new one. Ask our field consultant to break down the cost of ownership per acre when comparing buying a new drill to rebuilding yours.

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Professional Technicians

Our technicians share the skills needed to repair and add value to your air seeder and drill. Our industry knowledge and expertise create a seamless experience to get your equipment back in the field on time and doing its best work.

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Quality Parts

Our goal is to prolong your maintenance intervals. We are able to do this by using only high-quality extended wear parts.

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Customer Care

Our attention to detail, customer service, and integrity sets us apart from our competitors. Our broad knowledge of agriculture and equipment, along with effective and timely communication assures you the best possible experience.


Do you use your own parts or OEM parts?

We use Air Seeder Parts brand parts and some OEM parts.

How long does it take to do a job?

The average rebuilds have been taking 1-3 days, depending on how extensive it is.

Do you bring your own tools?

Yes. The owner has supplied equipment and tools in an odd situation, however, we come prepared to do the job with our own tools and gear.

Do I have to be there?

No. Our crew needs electricity for some of the tools we use. Other than that, we can work independently.

Do I need to provide a shop, or would you do the work outside?

A shop is preferred if available. We do work outside, weather permitting. We have and are willing to rent a shop in the area if necessary to get the work done.

What is your service territory?

Nationwide. At the time of the inquiry, we work with the customer to determine a plan.  If it makes sense for the customer and us, we will travel as far as we need to.

What time of the year do you work on equipment?

We work 12 months out of the year. If a customer can plan ahead, it makes the process more efficient. However, circumstances may arise, therefore we work with customers to prioritize the schedule based on need.

Should I buy new or rebuild? What makes more sense?

From a financial standpoint, we feel it makes more sense to rebuild and repair. Part of the assessment includes reviewing all options and helping you decide what’s best for you.

What is a typical wait time for getting a seeder done after the site visit?

Generally, the wait time is 2-3 weeks but during the spring it can be between 4-8 weeks.  If you’re planning on having work done, we encourage you to contact us to get on our schedule as soon as possible.


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