Frequently Asked Questions
Traylor Bros. requires their Equipment Field Personnel and Technicians attend at least 2 weeks of training each year. Since we operate a mixed fleet (various manufactures) our Technicians have learned the basic principles of how things work plus get the exposure from the designs of several Manufactures. This training, on the job troubleshooting, and having the years of experience within our team helps diagnose the issue and reduce the machine downtime. In the event you have equipment we are not comfortable troubleshooting we will be honest and up front and may recommend you contact an Authorized Dealer.
Yes – Traylor Bros. stands behind their work when it comes to workmanship and quality. Insurance is carried in the event of a major failure.
No – Traylor Bros. has developed relationships within the industry through partnerships and helping each other in times of need. Due to the often specialized equipment involved it’s not uncommon to avoid rentals with unfamiliar contractors or maybe those that are prone to accidents.