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We are very proud of our award winning service department. When we started in 1969 we based our entire business around servicing our customers. While some dive stores have service technicians that also run the front, instruct, and other work, our service technicians only focus is your equipment. They pride themselves on their quality of workmanship, maintaining the highest level of education and are certified by the numerous equipment manufactures.

Our Service Department is outfitted with the most up to date equipment and tools to insure the quality we are noted for. We have spared no expense to provide our technicians with the tools they need. Our Global U.S. Navy flow bench allows us to precision adjust your regulator to manufactures specifications. For tank inspection, we not only drop a light in but use fiber optics and eddy current testing equipment to insure there are no cracks. Our pressure test chamber allows us to test gauges to over 300 feet. Plus, the multitude of special tools needed to do the job right.

Award winning service department

We don’t do regulator checks, we do total rebuilds. Which means your regulator is completely disassembled and ultrasonically cleaned, and reassembled with all new factory parts. This is the only way you can be sure it will continue to give you the performance you expect. Take Good Care of Your Scuba Gear.

Whether you’ve only seen a scuba diver in action or you’re already a diver yourself, you know that diving is an equipment intensive activity.

To protect your scuba gear (and yourself given that scuba equipment is essentially life-support equipment) it’s important to care for it correctly. Most scuba gear comes with instructional manuals describing manufacturer recommendations for care and maintenance, but here are some general suggestions to help keep your scuba gear in tip top shape:

  • One good thing about scuba gear is that because it’s waterproof, you can wash it. In fact, all scuba gear should be rinsed in clean, fresh water after every dive. Then, it should be dried before storing it in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
  • Remember to dry and firmly replace the regulator’s dust cap before rinsing the regulator to avoid any water entering the first stage. Ideally, rinse the regulator while it is still attached to the scuba tank and pressurized. That way no water will enter at all.
  • Use clips and other attachments to keep all hoses and gauges close to your body while scuba diving. This prevents them from dragging across sharp rocks or coral. This also keeps them from or getting snagged or dirty.
  • Handle scuba tanks with care. They are heavy and you shouldn’t leave them standing up unattended – they can fall over and damage the valve or nearby toes.
  • You should rinse both the inside and outside of your BCD. Make sure to drain the water, then always store your BCD partially inflated.
  • Regularly inspect your mask strap, fin straps, snorkel and regulator mouthpieces and hoses for any sign of wear and tear. Sunlight, stretching and teeth easily damage these items so you might need to replace them sooner than expected.
  • After rinsing your wetsuit, hang it up to dry inside out on a wide hanger.

Yearly Maintenance of your Scuba Gear

Most equipment manufacturers require regulators to be serviced by an authorized dealer to maintain the warranty. To facility this process they provide the part kits at no cost. Scubapro gives free parts every year. The consumer pays the annual labor for the cleaning and servicing.

Scuba cylinders have to be visually inspected yearly. All Aluminium tanks are eddy current tested for tank neck imperfections. According to DOT laws, every five years tanks must be hydrostatically tested.

We also offer other services, such as O2 cleaning, value rebuilding, computer battery replacement…..virtually anything you need to get your Scuba gear back in working order.

We service the following gear in-house: