We start by developing a product to solve an immediate customer need, then apply that solution to the entire waterworks industry.
When a local municipal operator experienced a severe hand injury due to the strain of hydrant exercising, we created the Hydrant Buddy.
Next, a client asked for a solution to the lengthy task of repairing broken valve boxes: we patented the Kerf Cutter which completes the job in 10 minutes.
But our products aren’t just innovative: we know they are powerful and efficient.
You can rely on the durability and effectiveness of the HydroVerge valve exerciser and other products because of our comprehensive three-year warranty. If any component fails, simply send the product back, and we will repair it completely.
"I was skeptical at first but went ahead and purchased the Hydrant Buddy because it did look like a quality piece of equipment, it was produced locally and came with a good guarantee. Long story short, it went over so well with the crew that this year we purchased our second unit so both "flushers" now have one."
At HydroVerge, we know you want safe worksites and efficient projects. In order to achieve those goals, you need durable tools that solve problems in new ways. The problem is you’re stuck doing things the way you’ve always done them, these purchases need to be planned far in advance, and you can’t imagine an easier future.
We believe recurring, annual projects shouldn’t take weeks or months. By now, they should be simple. We understand the physical strain of these processes and the financial impact for your municipality or property, which is why we create powerful tools that pay for themselves many times over.
With the Hydrant Buddy, your team stops dreading hydrant day. With the Kerf Cutter, you eliminate weeks of labor every spring repairing broken valve boxes. With a three-year warranty, you never need to worry about your tools.
So, place your order today. Or call to request a demo to test it on your job site.
Have a waterworks problem that needs fixing? Talk to our team to start designing a solution.