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Service Department

We have over 40 years of experience in machine repair so you can feel confident when bringing your machine to us.

Vacuum Cleaner Service and Repair

Our service department is equipped to meet your needs with extensive experience on most brands of machines both new and old.  If you aren’t sure if your machine is worth repairing, bring it in and ask for an estimate.  While we ask for an estimate fee when you leave your machine with us, it will be deducted from your repair bill if you choose to have the work done. We work on most brands and do warranty work on Miele, Riccar, Eureka, and Electrolux Home Care products. 

Routine maintenance is recommended for keeping your machine in top notch condition which will help it last a long time.  The other benefit is for your health.  Keeping filters in “like new condition” will help you and your machine breathe easier.  Cleaning out washable filters usually means reinstalling a smelly filter.  Replacement filters are available through our store even if you chose to do that part of the service yourself.

Please note at this time we do not service steam cleaner machines.

Sewing Machine Service and Repair

Our Sewing machine service department can take care of your sewing, embroidery, serger and coverlock machines.  We work on most brands and do warranty work on PFAFF and Husqvarna Viking machines.  

We can perform routine maintenance on your machine to keep it running trouble free.  Yearly service is recommended by most manufacturers even if you don’t use your machine much.  As your machine sits idle the oil dries out and it eventually will require lubrication.  We recommend a regular service program which we call a “COA” (Clean, Oil and Adjust tensions).  This will help your machine be more reliable when you do decide to get it out for that special project or for regular use.

If your machine has an unknown problem or an issue with an unknown resolution you may choose to have an estimate done to determine the extent and cost of the repair.  In most cases this nominal fee will be deducted from the cost of repair should you decide to have the work done.  If you decide the repair is too costly, you may use the estimate fee toward the purchase of a new machine.