Pressure washing and steam cleaning systems can help you clean and disinfect large areas. The COVID-19 virus can live on surfaces for up to eight days. Restrooms, decks and patios, truck fleets, doorways, stairwells, dumpsters, waste facilities, picnic and break pavilions, equipment, shop areas, and other high-traffic areas should all be deep-cleaned regularly.
This Earth Day we want to highlight one of our community partners, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), for their work protecting our waterways to keep our water systems reliable and clean.
Keep your pump systems running and avoid costly failures this spring with a preventative maintenance plan.
Each year, our expert technicians repair or remanufacture more than 400 motors through our EASA and UL-certified motor shop.
Now more than ever, hospital workers are on the front lines keeping us safe. That includes hospital facilities and maintenance managers.
You are part of the critical infrastructure of our country, and your work is more important than ever. If you need an extra hand, we’re here to help.
From our 30,000-gallon test pit to warranty protection, quality is the core of everything we do. Our pump repair team guarantees it will be fixed right.
Unsung Heroes: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers When we think of “heroes,” members of the armed services frequently come to mind — and for good reason. But there are also thousands of military and civilian men and women serving our nation every day by protecting us from natural disasters and other local threats. These individuals don’t often make the …
Service Pump is Proud to Offer Thompson Pump’s World-Renowned Pumpology Class On March 3, Service Pump will host instructors from Thompson Pump to offer Thompson’s world-renowned Pumpology class. The workshop combines six courses to provide hands-on demonstration and classroom training from recognized industry experts. The class is designed to help industrial, water, and wastewater professionals understand how to most effectively …
Monty Fulton, Someone Who Truly Exemplifies “Putting Service First” Monty Fulton claims to have retired from Service Pump & Supply in 2013. But the fact that he’s no longer on the regular payroll is merely a technicality. He’s still an active and valuable part of the Service Pump family. In fact, he’s perhaps our best example of the whole-hearted service …