Tampa Crane offers a variety of parts and services to support our clients. We have a full service and repair shop as well as an extensive selection of parts and accessories.
Our commitment to customer satisfaction continues well after the sale. Our ASE certified technicians are trained to provide the highest quality service to our valued customers. We have a full service shop, offering welding and fabrication services, hydraulic repairs and maintenance and electrical repairs and service.
- Custom fabrications and repairs
- TIG, MIG, and stick welding
- Hydraulic repairs and installations
- Installations of truck bodies
- Installations of cranes and other hydraulic products
- Full paint and body repair
- Crane repairs, maintenance and certifications
- Crane rebuilds
- Body swaps
Mobile field service
We can come to you if you can’t make it to us! Our ASE certified field service mechanics will come to your job site to repair, service, or certify your crane and truck equipment, anywhere throughout Florida. We also provide dielectric tests now! You can call us at 888 – 922‑7263 or contact us using the form below, and one of our team members will send a field service mechanic to you as soon as possible.
Crane service, maintenance, and certifications
- Dielectric testing for Bucket Trucks
- Repair and rebuilds of all brands of truck mounted cranes
- Cables replacements
- Bearing and sheave replacement
- Electrical repairs
- Replace wear pads
- Preventative maintenance programs
- Filters, fluids, hoses
- Crane certifications
Hydraulic repairs and installations
- Pumps, PTOs and wetlines
- Hoses and fittings
Custom fabrication and repairs
- Flatbeds, trailers, dumps
- Aluminum and steel welding
- Ladder racks
- Swap bodies and cranes over to new chassis
You can call us at 888 – 922‑7263 or contact us using the form below, and one of our team members will schedule a call at a time that’s convenient for you. You should generally be prepared for a 10 – 20 minute call so that we can thoroughly evaluate your situation, needs, and budget, and then based on that, discuss what equipment, options, and service packages will work best for you.