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service and repair

Service & Repair

We are your one stop shop for all of your equipment servicing needs. Our highly trained and experienced technicians work diligently to provide quick and effective servicing, allowing you to get back in the water with confidence that your gear is working properly. Our comprehensive service support allows us to implement repair procedures quickly while providing you with cost effective equipment servicing and repair prices. No appointments are needed, drop off gear at your convenience.



Air Fill


Single Air Fill

10 Fill Card


Save $20!

30 fill card


Our best savings. Save $90





Includes all stages – Parts not included






Parts not included

bcd with airsource


Parts not included




visual inspection


Includes Air Fill
O-Ring & Sticker not included ($2.00 + tax)

hydro inspection


Includes Air Fill & VIP
O-Ring & Sticker not included ($2.00 + tax)

valve repair


Parts not Included




Please know we will not inspect or fill any cylinder born in 1989 and before due to safety concerns.

Prior to 1989 the majority of Aluminum SCUBA tanks were produced using a specific aluminum alloy. Unfortunately these tanks have been prone to developing cracks which can lead to structural failures. In the majority of cases these cracks are detected during your annual visual inspection. However, in an increasing number of cases these cracks are not detected and can lead to catastrophic failures during filling and storage.

In order to help ensure the safety of our customers and employees we will no longer fill or inspect any aluminum tank, prior to 1990 when the new alloy was introduced. These tanks have given us 30 years of service, let’s retire them to avoid putting anyone else at risk.

The images below are from Pisces Diving in Tiverton, RI where a tank exploded on June 13, 2007. The Fill Station is made with a reinforced stainless steel tank. Tanks were placed in thick PVC Piping to hold them in place. This extra structure directed the primary force upward. As a result, the Fill Station operator standing three feet away was not hurt. Other operators have not been so lucky.

This is the actual tank which was Produced in 1982 and last hydro/VIP was June 2006. Upon later inspection the tank was very clean inside. This tank exploded at an approximate fill pressure between 1500 and 2000 PSI. Well below the working pressure of 3000 PSI.