13 Mar At Home Fitness Phoenix superstore service team keeps you moving
Treadmills are a great way to walk or run whenever you want, in the comfort of your own home, office, club, or wherever else it’s set up.
However, even well-built treadmills need regular maintenance.
Running puts a good amount of stress on the treadmills components.
A tune-up is recommended once a year, or more frequently depending on use. Screws can loosen, belts become misaligned or in need of lubrication, interiors get dirty and rollers need cleaned.
The At Home Fitness Phoenix superstore is a great place to turn to for treadmill tune-ups or repairs. They also fix lots of other types of fitness equipment.
If it’s more convenient, you can also visit the At Home Fitness Scottsdale superstore or At Home Fitness Gilbert superstore.
The At Home Fitness chain is Arizona’s biggest and best for fitness sales AND service, with nearly 20 years of experience. The superstores offers Arizona’s best inventory, extremely competitive rates and the best service department around.
It doesn’t matter if you bought your exercise equipment from At Home Fitness, or somewhere else, the AHF service team can make sure your machine is running at optimum performance level.
AHF services most brands of personal and commercial equipment. For service or repairs on treadmills, elliptical machines, exercise bikes, home gyms or other fitness equipment, contact At Home Fitness.
Don’t wait until you have a big problem with your treadmill.
Consider calling At Home Fitness to set up a preventative inspection and tune-up.
An AHF service technician will go out to a customer’s house and do a one-time, preventative maintenance service call without a contract.
A little tune-up on a treadmill can really extend the life of the machine and keep it running much better.
An At Home Fitness full-31 point inspection on a treadmill includes the following:
• Inspect and tighten bolts if loose.
• Inspect and adjust drive belts, walking deck/belt, deck mounts and rollers.
• Lubricate walking belt/deck.
• Inspect stabilizers, and make sure unit is level.
• Inspect DATA cables and connections on consoles.
• Pull off motor cover and clean inside motor/drive housing.
• Wipe down/clean entire unit.
• Fully test unit functions and programs.
Turn to At Home Fitness for these services for most major brands, whether you bought the equipment from AHF or not:
* Exercise Equipment Service and Repair
* Preventative Maintenance Contracts
* Exercise Equipment Assembly and Installation
* Exercise Equipment Moves / Relocations
* Exercise Equipment Storage
DOING WHAT WE DO BEST
Whereas as some so-called exercise equipment repair companies might also fix things like refrigerators, air conditioners or swimming pools, At Home Fitness only works with fitness equipment.
The highly trained, insured service technicians know the equipment inside and out and the company is locally owned in Arizona. They make their living by taking pride in providing the best specialty fitness equipment sales and service.
At Home Fitness can service your equipment in one of their superstores or make house calls.
Call At Home Fitness at 480-940-1022 or 888-940-1022 (Ext 2) to reach the Service and Repair Department or email Support@AtHomeFitness.com.
HOW TO SET UP A SERVICE CALL
To set up a service call click on this link:
At Home Fitness
Service and Repair Department
14647 So. 50th Street #110
Phoenix, Arizona 850447
888-940-1022 (Ext 2)
480-940-1022 (Corporate Location)
602-471-1116 (Direct Service Line)
NON-WARRANTY LABOR COST
First visit cost is $169 service charge, which Includes trip fee plus 30 minutes of labor. For a return visit there is no trip fee and service rate is $80 per hour – billable in 15-minute increments. Additional trip fee charges may apply if outside of local Phoenix vicinity. Any parts that need to be ordered outside of normal warranty coverage may be subject to additional charges.
At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at firstname.lastname@example.org