SEWING MACHINE REPAIR
Is there something wrong with your sewing machine? Do you wonder if it's worth fixing? Don't throw it out! We provide FREE estimates on the spot! You may just need a quick, inexpensive repair instead of having to replace your machine. If your sewing machine needs a major repair, we can help you decide if it’s worth fixing or if it’s better to replace it. Either way, you can find out your options for FREE! We repair, fix, and service most all makes of sewing machines, embroidery machines, sergers, and overlocks. Get your machine repaired by qualified factory-trained technicians, backed by a fully-stocked parts department!
WHY CHOOSE US?
- FREE estimates on the spot!
- Quickest turnaround time in the area
- Certain repairs performed while you wait!
- Expert repairs on virtually all makes
- All work performed by qualified factory-trained technicians
- 90 day labor warranty on repairs
- We can let you know what needs immediate attention and what can wait
- Fully-stocked parts department
FREE ESTIMATES ON THE SPOT!
Sewing machine repair and service is all done in-store and is NOT sent out. Need a sewing machine, embroidery machine, quilting machine, overlock or serger repair or overhaul? DON'T THROW OUT YOUR OLD MACHINE! Find out for FREE if it's worth fixing or getting serviced. Simply bring in your machine to our Centers and we can provide you with a FREE estimate on the spot. No need to wait. You are under NO obligation to get your repair fixed. Our ENTIRE service department is staffed by qualified factory-trained technicians and we fix most all brands promptly and reliably. ALL repairs come with a full 90 day labor warranty. We can let you know what needs immediate attention and what can wait.
QUESTIONS? CONTACT US!
DOES YOUR MACHINE HAVE ANY OF THESE PROBLEMS?
* Threads bunch under fabric
* Tension problems
* Not sewing right
* Loose bottom thread
* Loose top thread
* Loops under fabric
* Machine noisy
* Machine bound
* Breaks thread
* Skips or won't form stitch
* Needle hits bobbin area
* Won't feed fabric
* Dry, needs oil
* Machine jams
* Dials frozen
* Bobbinwinder problems
* Cord or electrical problems
* Buttonholer problems
* Excessively dirty
* Belt slips or is broken
* Clutch problems
* Foot control problems
* Only sews straight stitch
* Won't sew in reverse
Bring in your machine and we'll look at it while you're here. For certain minor repairs, we'll repair your machine while you wait. For other repairs, we'll provide a FREE estimate on the spot!
WHAT BRANDS DO WE REPAIR?
We perform service and repair on the following brands of sewing machines and sergers: American Home, Baby Lock, Bernette, Bernina, Brother, Centennial, Dressmaker, Elgin, Elna, Euro Pro, Feiyue, Homemaker, Husky, Janome, Juki, Kenmore, Morse, Necchi, Nelco, New Home, Pfaff, Riccar, Sears, Shark, Simplicity, Singer, Toyota, Viking, White, Yamata, and MANY OTHER BRANDS! Don't see your brand listed here? Call us to see if we repair your brand.
WHY A FACTORY-TRAINED TECHNICIAN IS CRUCIAL
What is a factory-trained technician? It is someone who has been trained directly by the manufacturer. We have been trained by more manufacturers than ANYONE else in the region. This assures you that your machine will be repaired by an experienced technician using the latest gauges and diagnostic equipment. Manufacturers supply factory repair centers like ours with the latest repair information, such as the availability of improved replacement parts, safety recalls, and usage suggestions that can minimize the need for costly repairs.
NOT using a factory-trained technician can cause serious damage to your machine, especially when electronics are involved. We use special anti-static grounding equipment so that your electronic equipment doesn't short out. Regular static electricity that you generate from walking across a carpet can short out and ruin an electronic circuit board if this equipment is not used. Factory-trained technicians adjust and repair your machine to EXACT original manufacturer standards. This ensures your machine will perform to your expectations. Untrained technicians "ballpark" the adjustments or "get close enough". This results in a loss of stitch quality, improper thread tension, broken thread, and possible damage to your machine. Your machine is an investment. Why trust your investment to a repair shop with no manufacturer training?
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