At Home Fitness does all its own service repairs

Unlike many fitness companies that sub-contract out their repairs, the certified At Home Fitness service department does all of its own jobs.

With three retail superstores in the greater-Phoenix area, the retail fitness giant is the only fitness company in Arizona with a fully staffed, full-time service department.
 At Home Fitness doesn’t sub-contract out installation jobs or repairs.

The At Home Fitness highly trained, certified staff works with fitness equipment every day. At Home Fitness is the best choice for Exercise Equipment Service and Repair, Installations, Preventative Maintenance, Assembly, Storage, Equipment Moves and Relocations in Arizona.

There’s really nothing At Home Fitness’ highly trained and experienced service team can’t do.

At Home Fitness will repair virtually all types of fitness equipment, ranging from ellipticals, treadmills, bikes, home gyms, vibration plates, rowing machines, stair steppers and much more.

A great feature of At Home Fitness’ service department is that it doesn’t matter whether or not you originally bought your fitness equipment from AHF or from somewhere else – either way you‘ll get the same top-grade service and attention.

At Home Fitness’ service staff is available to come to your home or commercial facility and all AHF employees are certified, insured and most importantly, know what they are doing!

Here are several ways in which you can contact At Home Fitness for more on their service options:

*** Visit At Home Fitness
 Service and Repair Department
, 14647 So. 50th Street #110, 
Phoenix, Arizona 850447
*** Email
*** Call 
888-940-1022 (Ext 2), 
480-940-1022 (Corporate Location) or 
602-471-1116 (Direct Service Line)

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. Consult a doctor before making any significant changes in your exercise routine or diet. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at

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