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Customized Maintenance Inspections

Reduce downtime with scheduled maintenance by our certified technicians

  • Emergency service available 24/7
  • Certified, trained technicians
  • Documented maintenance for warranty assurance
  • Any brand
  • On-site or in our shop


You can count on Groff Tractor to complete Customized Maintenance Inspections for your equipment to avoid downtime and keep your machines performing their best. Most equipment manufacturers require some sort of maintenance every 250 hours. We can verify service hours periodically to assure that we perform maintenance activities that meet warranty coverage requirements.

Our scheduled machine inspections are available for the following equipment:

Equipment # of Inspection Points
Compaction Equipment 74
Crawler Tractors/Dozers 79
Excavators 70
Forklifts 79
Motor Graders 80
Skid Steers/Compact Track Loaders 41
Tractor/Backhoe Loaders 79
Wheel Loaders 78

Customized Maintenance Inspections


All machines are serviced by our trained, certified technicians, on-site or in our shops. And we don’t only service the equipment we sell–we can service any brand that’s in your fleet.


Each type of equipment has a thorough inspection regimen that is strictly followed to ensure that all appropriate equipment functions are inspected to identify any possible problems. Ask about fluid analysis with each inspection to identify potential issues, based on the presence of metals and contaminants in the machine’s fluids.


Even the most experienced operators can’t detect hydraulic system efficiency loss until it reaches 16% – 20%. To protect against such losses, we recommend that machines depending on efficient hydraulic systems undergo a Custom Hydraulic Service inspection every 12 months or 2,000 hours. The service includes engine and hydraulic system performance tests, hydraulic oil sampling, and a walkaround inspection. All results are compared against new machines to detect wear in your components and repair minor problems before a major failure occurs.