Forklift Service in Houston, Texas
All-Star is here to provide preventative maintenance, repairs, and forklift services in Houston, Texas to keep you and your business on the move.
A forklift is an investment in your business. Performing scheduled maintenance regularly as recommended by the manufacturer is critical to:
- Avoid costly downtime.
- Maximize equipment lifespan.
- Ensure proper and safe performance.
Forklift Mobile Repair Service
At All-Star, we take pride in offering on-site mobile repair services for forklifts in Houston, Texas, and the surrounding areas. When you contact us for assistance, a certified technician from our team will be dispatched to your location on the same or the next day.
We understand the importance of getting your forklift up and running as quickly as possible. That's why our technicians are equipped to handle most service calls on-site, without the need to transport your forklift to our shop. This approach allows us to offer quick turnaround times after a breakdown, saving you valuable time and keeping your business running smoothly.
Our service technicians are trained to properly diagnose problems, and we provide accurate quotes for any needed parts and repairs. Additionally, our vehicles are stocked with a wide range of forklift parts for all makes and models, ensuring that we can complete repairs quickly and accurately in many cases.
Thank you for considering All-Star for your mobile forklift repair needs. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a service call.
Forklift Equipment Service Houston, TX
In some cases, a forklift may require more complex repairs that cannot be completed on-site. In these situations, All-Star offers in-shop repair services at our location in Houston, Texas.
We understand that time is of the essence when it comes to forklift repairs, and we strive to minimize any downtime for your business. If you require a forklift immediately, we can provide replacement rental equipment to ensure that your operations can continue with minimal interruption.
At All-Star, we value transparency and always aim to keep our customers informed throughout the repair process. If our certified technician determines that additional work is needed on your forklift, we will communicate this to you before any work begins. This way, you can make informed decisions and avoid unexpected costs.
Thank you for considering All-Star for your forklift repair needs. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or to schedule in-shop repair service.
Trained & Certified Forklift Technicians
At All-Star Tire, we take pride in our team of highly skilled and certified technicians who are dedicated to meeting and exceeding the needs of our valued customers. With over 20 years of experience in the business, our technicians are well-versed in working with all makes and models of forklifts and are each highly knowledgeable and professional.
We understand that technology and processes are constantly evolving, and we make it a priority to keep our technicians up to date with the latest advancements in the industry. To achieve this, every technician at All-Star Tire receives thorough and continual training to ensure that we are providing the most satisfactory forklift service possible.
Thank you for considering All-Star Tire for your forklift service needs. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a service call with one of our expert technicians.
When deciding on the frequency of inspection, CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING:
- Age of unit (Older lifts often require more frequent maintenance).
- Have they been serviced appropriately in the past and is there a record of service?
- Work environments - units in harsh environments need more frequent attention.
- Number of hours on the machine.
We recommend that your operator inspect your machine daily before it is used.
This is the best time to identify potential problems early. We consider this best practice, but it is also an OSHA requirement. Forklifts used on a round-the-clock basis must be examined after each shift. [29 CFR 1910.178(q)(7)]
The operator should conduct a pre-start visual check with the key off and then perform an operational check with the engine running. The forklift should not be placed in service if the examinations show that the vehicle may not be safe to operate.
Remember! A vehicle in need of repair, defective or in any way unsafe, should not be driven and should be taken out of service immediately!
Here are a few recommendations to keep your equipment moving:
- Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule.
- Check your forklift tires regularly.
- Clean your forklifts weekly as part of your forklift maintenance plan. Detecting wear and tear or defective parts is easier on a clean forklift. Use water to clean and never flammable liquids.
- Keep all moving parts lubricated.
- Keep forklifts fueled and charged.
- Make sure gauges are operating properly at all times.