Singer has a network of warranty centers where individuals can get their Singer sewing machines repaired, and a list of locations is available through the Singer website at SingerCo.com. Users can use the site's search tool to find nearby locations by state or ZIP code, notes SingerCo.com. Chain stores like Sears and local sewing machine shops, such as Luke's Sewing and Vacuum Centers in Ohio, can also do repairs.
A way to locate Singer sewing machine repair shops is to visit Singer's website's Support and Resources section, which provides a link for locating warranty centers. Users whose sewing machines are still within warranty are required to use an authorized warranty center, which they can locate using a drop-down menu to select a state. The listing shows the location names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and details on what kind of work done and models serviced, shows SingerCo.com. Those whose machines don't have warranties anymore can use any authorized Singer retailer, which can be found through the page's ZIP code search options.
Those who live near a Sears location can visit the Sears Home Services website and select the sewing machine repair option. The company services Singer machines along with other brands, has a repair center search tool and lists average repair times and prices.
Individuals can also do searches for local sewing machine repair shops, as many service Singer machines and sell products for the machines.