Unicoa Industrial Supply locations offer tool and equipment repairs as well as certification by an authorized mechanic on fall protection, hoists, and torque wrenches. Our team of qualified experts will not only document recommendations for system repair but can provide repair services based on inspection findings, provide required annual certifications and re-certifications.
Call or email us today with your repair and certification questions and requests.
We have what you need to keep building AZ
Not only does Unicoa Industrial Supply help with all of your construction and pipeline supply needs, we also offer top-notch service and repair on many major tool lines!
With over 50 years of combined experience, we can diagnose and fix most brands of power, gas and hand tools, generators, compressors, hydraulic and pneumatic tools, pipe tools, benders and tuggers, and more, even if it’s older.
We are an authorized service center for RIDGID Tools, STIHL, Honda Generators, Milwaukee Tool, Bosch, Makita, Ingersoll Rand, DEWALT, Metabo, Jet, Wilton, Greenlee and more. Give us a call at our Phoenix or Tucson location to see if we work on your brand of tool.Unicoa only uses manufacturer approved parts and equipment so you can be assured your tools will last longer and be a professional standard.For those who wish to do their own repairs, we have access to many parts.We offer convenient pick-up and a 90 day warranty on all parts and labor.
Quotes & Estimates
Customers with accounts will receive a free inspection and quote on any repairs. Non-accounts are charged a $15 non-refundable inspection fee that goes towards the tool repair, if applicable. It generally takes 3-5 days to receive a quote.
Ensure your equipment is working at 100%
Unicoa Industrial Supply is also authorized to certify and re-certify fall protection, hoist and torque wrenches.
Annual and periodic certification and re-certification is more than complying with OHSHA and ANSI regulations. These products are subject to wear and tear, especially in this Arizona heat. Unauthorized modifications, improper tensioned lifelines, rusted bolt connections, faulty welds can put your employees at risk. For these reasons, OHSHA requires your equipment to be certified by a qualified person.
In some cases, products like fall protection are required to be sent to the manufacturer for testing and certification. Our repair department will take every step necessary to ensure your products are safe and working like new. Call or email our repair department for more information.
Phoenix: (602) 254-4666Tucson: (520) 620-1000