Prices as of January 1, 2019
- General Inspection/Diagnosis – chf 35 (paid at the time of drop off)
- Tune-Up or first hour of repair
- Straight stitch ONLY mechanical machines – chf 65*
- Mechanical or Electronic sewing machines – chf 75*
- Computerized sewing machines – chf 85*
- Each additional hour on any machine – Chf 75 per hour
- Rush Service – Chf 80
- Pickup and/or dropoff of machine – chf 50 each way
*Repair prices do not include the cost of any parts.
What is the difference between Mechanical, Computerised & Electronic sewing machines?
There are 3 styles of machines: mechanical, computerized and electronic.
The best way to describe mechanical sewing machines is to say they have ‘all the basics’. Knobs and dials are used to change the settings on the machine which make for a bit less precise stitch than its electronic and computerized counterparts. ‘Higher end’ mechanical machines may have several decorative or utility stitches. Mechanical sewing machines are often the most affordable.
Computerized machines will be the most expensive style. These machines not only do a variety of utility and decorative stitches, but have the capability of creating embroidery designs. Some machines will only accept cards with designs loaded on them, while others can be linked directly to your computer.
Electronic sewing machines are a ‘hybrid’ between mechanical and computerized other styles. These machines offer a larger variety of utility and decorative stitches, several styles of buttonholes, and very possibly an alphabet, but will not allow you to do embroidery. Electronic machines will typically have an LCD screen that allows you to make adjustment to your stitches – giving more precision in your sewing.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row 0=””][vc_column 0=””][vc_column_text 0=””]To arrange for a service or repair, please complete this form & I’ll get back to you ASAP.[/vc_column_text][dhvc_form id=”31148″][/vc_column][/vc_row]