With the harsh temperatures winter in Saskatchewan throws at us, we thought now would be the perfect time to share some cold weather operating tips for your equipment. No matter which Young’s Equipment location you live closest to, you’re blessed with cold and snowy weather that is hard on your machines. The following five tips will help keep your machines running at top performance when the mercury retreats into that little bulb at the bottom of the thermometer.
In case you have further questions about winter operation, the Winter Inspections program or Hy-Tran SSL, the Parts and Service staff in all our locations will be happy to answer them for you. We are looking forward to hearing from you soon!
At Young’s Equipment we’re all about going the extra mile for you, about getting you going out in the field every day and making sure your operation runs as smooth and uninterrupted as possible. Inspecting and protecting your equipment is a vital part of what we do, and every year around this time we go to great lengths to offer you the highest value and top professional service that will make sure your machines are ready to go for the next growing season. This year we are offering a new Young’s Value Inspection in addition to our long standing Premier Inspection. The following chart will show you what benefits the different inspection levels offer you.
But that’s not all, we would like to invite you to benefit from our 30th Anniversary Specials (10% parts gift cards and reduced labour rate for oil filter maintenance), the Young’s Equipment Loyalty Program and free header inspections as well. And please don’t miss out on your chance to win the use of a Case IH self-propelled sprayer for one day!
You’ll find pricing for all our inspection levels in the attached flyer. It pays out to book early, we’re holding our price until December 1st.
If you haven't done so already, give us a call so we can go over all the details and answer any questions you may have. Our Service Advisers and Service Managers are available for you and are happy to answer all your questions.
We are looking forward to hearing from you soon!
Timely application during those tight spray windows every year is a big reason to own your own spray equipment, and once it’s time to go next spring you want your sprayer to be ready to go. Before you tuck your piece of equipment away for the winter, some maintenance will serve you well. We suggest to not delay winterizing your sprayer in order to avoid potentially high costs and frustration about time consuming repairs next spring. The right maintenance now will protect your sprayer from damage caused by the freezing temperatures during late fall and winter to help improve its longevity and resale value.
Here are our tips and recommendations for long-term storage of your sprayer:
If you need parts, fluids or filters to get this important task done, give your local Young’s Equipment branch a call. We stock everything to get you going.
If you prefer to leave these essential tasks to the experts, now is the right time to do it! Winterization is a vital part of the Young’s Equipment Winter Inspections program, you’ll find the benefits and pricing between our two inspection levels outlined in the tables below and in the flyer attached to this email.
No matter how you choose to approach sprayer winterization, it’s important that you do it before bone-chilling temperatures settle in. Remember: If you take care of your application equipment, it will help you take care of your crops season after season.