We believe in repairing your beloved sewing machine. If your sewing machine is in need of repair or tuneup services, talk to our experts. Family‐owned and operated for over 50 years, you can count on us to deliver high quality sewing machine repairs, friendly customer service, and affordable rates. For your convenience, we offer residential, commercial, and industrial sewing machine repair services. Whether you're in need of a major machine repair or a quick tune‐up, we can handle it all.
We repair and service many types of machines, including sewing, embroidery, quilting, sergers and commercial machines.
Shreveport Sewing Center is currently running a Tune-Up Special on sewing machines.
Print out this coupon and bring it along with your sewing machine to receive this special price.
We believe when you take care of your sewing machines, sergers and embroidery machines as recommended, they are guaranteed to return the favor. All sewing machines, sergers and embroidery machines need cleaning on a regular basis, every 2-3 bobbins or 4 hours of sewing time, to remove lint. All fabrics and thread have lint that will get into your machine during sewing. Some threads are very linty leaving even higher lint levels in your machine. All this lint leads to moving parts not moving so freely, therefore you must clean out your sewing machine. Uncleaned machines lead directly to skipped stitches, uneven stitches and broken threads right in the middle of a seam. Cleaning your machine inside and out regularly is the first step in good sewing machine health.
Step two is routine oiling and lubrication. Some machines require oil and some do not, therefore, you should check your manual for oiling recommendations. All machines require regular maintenance. We recommend annual service and maintenance by a service professional. The many moving parts of your machine require lubrication so that they move freely. As your machine is used or over a period of time just sitting, the lubrication dries out. Once it has dried out, moving parts don’t work well and can seize up resulting in your machine locking up.
Bring your sewing machine in for routine maintenance and service and we will perform the following: