The first step in Athletic Reconditioning’s process is to ensure that all paperwork is filled out completely. We take many steps to ensure that all helmets are done to meet the customers satisfaction. The initial paperwork plays an important role in what we do.
Once we receive the equipment, we double check what we receive against the paperwork to ensure that there are no discrepancies. Satisfaction is Athletic Reconditioning’s main goal and any discrepancies in the paperwork will be addressed as soon as they are discovered.
All equipment is reconditioned to meet all NOCSAE standards. Any helmet that does not meet these standards is rejected. Helmets can be rejected for a number of reasons including but not limited to age, cracks, deformities and failing the drop test.
Helmets that pass the initial inspection then move through the reconditioning process being double checked at every station. Helmets are broken down, removing all old hardware and sticker/decals, buffed and washed. They are then either custom painted to match team colors or cleaned and waxed to put a shine back on the helmet. All parts are checked and any parts that are defective are replaced with new parts that meet the original manufacturer standards. Any face mask that does not meet NOCSAE standards is also replaced with a mask that meet the original manufacturer standards.
Convenient arrangements for pick-up and delivery of equipment is available.
If you would like to send your teams equipment to Athletic Reconditioning for any reconditioning services, please fill out the Team Reconditioning Form.