Got a new hand-me-down or sewing up a storm and notice something’s not right? It could be time for a tune up.
To keep the wheels turning and the footer pressed it takes a little love.
Sewing machine service and repair is important. We’ve got you covered.
When should I have my sewing machine serviced?
That depends on how much you sew with it. If you are sewing about 2 to 3 times a week, you should get your machine serviced at least every 12 months.
If your machine was sitting around unused for a while, servicing it is a good idea as well before you use it again.
What does a sewing machine service and repair mean?
A professional sewing machine service will often fix the typical issues like poor tension, loud machine and other nagging problems while sewing.
Your machine will get a proper clean of the insides, lubrication, general health check of gears, belt and hock & race and all the moving parts. We’ll contact you with an estimate should any further repair or change of parts be necessary.
While the machine needs a regular service, some problems are user error (don’t be embarrassed, totally normal). When you pick up your machine after the sewing machine service, I am happy to sit with you for a few minutes and address the problem you have had.
What should I bring when I drop off for my sewing machine service and repair?
- your cover (if you have one)
- your foot pedal and power cord (this is important so we can test the machine before and after the sewing machine service)
- the accessories your machine came with:
needle, special screwdrivers, at least one bobbin, thread and machine feet
What is the turnaround time?
Please allow 7 business days for your standard sewing machine service. During busy periods or for repairs we might need to allow more time. We will let you know when you book your machine in.