"We will service all brands of
We provide factory authorized service for Oceanic, Aqua Lung, Scubapro, US Divers, Sea Quest, Mares, Apex, Dive Rite, Sherwood and Genesis, and in fact, there is very little equipment out there that we can't repair or service. Generally we can turn any service request around within 2-3 weeks. If you positively need it faster than that, a $50 surcharge will apply.
Please bring in your equipment and let us know when you need it back. We will tell you what we can and cannot accomplish and do our very best to fulfill your requests.
"Go Dive" Guarantee: If you want to go diving and your equipment isn't ready, even if you just gave it to us, you can use a comparable piece of our rental equipment at No Charge. Normal rental procedures and policies apply.
Performance Guarantee: The equipment we service for you should stay in tune and be dependable for a reasonable period of time. Most manufacturers recommend one year service intervals assuming less than 100 dives and intelligent maintenance. With that as our premise, If you have any problems with equipment we have serviced within that year, we will repair it for you absolutely free of charge. Further, if you have to pay additional and unexpected charges for rental equipment because of this failure, we will pick up those charges.
Service Charges: Generally, a regulator overhaul of a 1st stage, 2nd stage and alternate will run between $150 - $200 including parts and labor depending on manufacturer part requirements and costs. If you just need it inspected and bench tested then the charge is $40.
Dacor Regulators - Regulators produced by Dacor prior to 2001 no longer have manufacturer parts available and therefore, we cannot service them within manufacturer specifications. Talk to us for possible subsidized upgrade options.
Pre-1991 Aluminum Cylinders - We do not service or fill Aluminum scuba cylinders manufactured prior to 1991. Due to increased failure rates, manufacturers, industry professionals and the government have issued recommendations which reflect the seriousness of the issue but are not necessarily definitive. Some have recommended that these cylinders be Eddy Current tested as often as annually. The DOT has recently issued regulation requiring hydro station to document Eddy Current Exams at the time of hydro. Regardless many dive operators will not fill these cylinders citing safety concerns for themselves and their employees. We don't feel it is in our customers' best interest or our own to continue to have these cylinders in service.