Spray Foam Equipment Repair and Maintenance in West Virginia

People usually use the term, “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it”. This term makes customers think they shouldn’t “waste” their money on maintenance because it isn’t broken or it doesn’t need it. By performing regular preventive maintenance, you are assured your equipment continues to operate under safe conditions, both for the machine and the operators. Possible issues can be prevented before they have a chance to cause harm.

When giving your equipment regular maintenance you’re preventing any damage that can happen to it. Also, instead of thinking you’re “saving” money when you’re not doing maintenance, you will end up spending more than that “saved” money.

Saves Time

Planned preventive maintenance may cause small hindrance for production, but that is nothing compared to actual downtime caused by a breakdown. Because it is planned, production can propose the optimal time and can factor in the nuisance. Preventative maintenance procedures take less time than emergency repairs and replacements.

Maintenance Is Key

Keeping your spray foam insulation equipment clean and functional is essential to ensure each application is completed perfectly every time. At SprayWorks we know how important it is to have fully operational foam insulation spray equipment, which is why we offer technical support and maintenance to our customers around the clock. That means 24/7 access to repairs, service, and replacement parts any day of the year.

Our maintenance experts go above and beyond to service every piece of equipment they touch, whether in our warehouse or on-site. Our mechanics are available for repairs throughout the United States, and our local warehouse in Canton, Ohio stocks a large inventory of parts for spray foam insulation equipment to replace any old or worn parts. You can even send your equipment to our office, and our maintenance technicians will diagnose and repair issues right away.


SprayWorks Equipment Group is a spray foam and polyurea company; supplying equipment, training, material, mobile rigs, and parts – and a distributor for PMC, Graco, and Gusmer equipment. With nearly 100 years of combined experience, SprayWorks has knowledge in commercial and residential buildings, bridges, and infrastructure. SprayWorks provides training and education for new contractors and equipment operators; open cell, closed cell, polyurea & coating applications for interior & exterior building envelope design, waterproofing, below grade, bridge deck, barge, secondary containment all types of roofs and structures.