Mike’s Sewing Machine Repairs offers sewing machine servicing by Mike, our industry trained technician, and is supported by Penny with user-help and answers to your sewing questions. We are proud of our service and repair pricing – well balanced to be affordable while reflecting the quality of both our servicing and our shop-front. Take a look at our Machine Service Price Menu, and if you’re not sure where yours fits in give us a call: 5359 7177
Machine Service Menu
Mender’s Sewing Machine Service
A smaller, simple sewing machine that has no computerized components, and your buttonhole is a 4-step. Your bobbin is tucked behind a drop-down cover at the front and it can’t be seen through the needle plate.
All-Rounder Sewing Machine Service
A standard sized, more durable machine, with or without computerised stitch selections. You might be able to see your bobbin through your needle-plate and you may have some beautiful decorative stitches.
Quilter’s Sewing Machine Service
Your machine is more powerful than the average, usually with a wider sewing space, and extra quilter’s favourite functions. You may have a built-in even feed system or often use a walking foot, and your LCD screen is usually larger and often is a touch screen.
Embroiderer’s Sewing Machine Service
The perfect trio – an All-Rounder, PLUS a Quilter, PLUS Embroidery functions. This is a sewing and embroidery machine with Quilter Sewing Machine Functions, and will have an embroidery arm and an embroidery hoop, and uses Wi-Fi, memory cards, or a USB stick to load designs.
Seam-Stitcher’s Overlocker Service
You might also hear this one called a SERGER, your overlocker is 3 or 4 threads and can only stitch seams, neatly trimming fabric as it sews.
Dressmaker’s Overlocker Service
Looks like and overlocker, but with an extra spool of thread, yours is a 5 thread coverstitch and overlocker combination machine that can sew seams and then chain-stitch stretch fabric hems.
Finisher’s Coverstitch Machine
A side-kick to your overlocker, your coverstitch machine will only do chain-stitch and hemming, and has no cutting blades.
Just Embroiderer’s Machine Service
Looks like an Embroiderer’s Sewing Machine, but this one doesn’t do any sewing other than embroidery in the hoop. Typically, yours has no foot control, and uses memory cards or a USB stick to load designs.
Maybe a Tweak? Inspect and Quote
Had a little hic-cup, but you don’t think that you need a service? Book your machine in for an inspection and estimate to fix. Once you give the go-ahead, your deposit will come off your finished bill. This also includes insurance quotes.
No booking is necessary – pop in with your sewing machine and some accessories (Click HERE for a list of what you’ll need). We are open 8am – 2pm Monday to Saturday, and we can carry your machine from your car if you need us to.
About our prices We always allow an extra $30 window for small parts or extra labour that we may discover that you need during the course of your service, and we will undertake this if the price falls inside this amount. Anything greater than this additional amount – we will call you first.
We ask for a $25 deposit for all bookings, and this will come off of the price of your service or repair once completed. Sometimes your repair estimate may be much higher than is cost effective, or your machine may beyond a repair. In this instances, your deposit will be used to cover the cost of inspecting and testing your machine.
Turn-around is usually 5 week-days at our busiest. We understand that you are going to miss your machine while it is here with us, and we’ll strive to get it back to you as soon as possible. If you find yourself needing to keep on sewing, we have quality hire machines available (Click HERE for pricing).