Reconditioning athletic helmets after each season of use can be a uniquely challenging endeavor. In order to ensure your helmets maintain their high performance level, reconditioning should be performed at a minimum of every 2 years – and is recommended for each new football season.

The process of helmet reconditioning involves cleaning, inspecting, repairing, sanitizing, and recertifying each piece of equipment. Athletic Helmet Reconditioning stands by the notion that every athlete should have the opportunity to wear a durable, trustworthy, recertified piece of protective equipment. And once the equipment goes through reconditioning and recertification, you and your athletes can feel confident that it’ll remain reliable for a far longer lifespan.

You need the help of an expert crew to inspect, clean, perform maintenance, polish the outer shell, replace parts, repaint, and recertify your helmets. With our long experience in the industry and sole focus on helmet reconditioning, we’ll make sure your equipment is thoroughly and properly reconditioned for optimal use, returned to you with a striking, enduring professional paint job.

At Athletic Helmet Reconditioning, we’ll work to recondition all makes and models of helmets, like Riddell, Xenith, Rawlings, Schutt, All-Star, Champro, and Adams. Our team works diligently to be absolutely certain that every helmet that goes through reconditioning leaves in accordance with the high standards set by the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE). We’re dedicated to ensuring player safety – that’s what we strive for every day.

For more information about our football helmet reconditioning process, check out the Our Process page on our website, or contact us today for a free quote!