Treadmill Repair Auckland
Welcome to Treadmill Repair Auckland. We can help you to get the best value from your treadmill and all your Fitness equipment. If you need your treadmill repaired, a replacement treadmill belt or your fitness equipment serviced, and you live anywhere in and around Auckland, give me a call on +64-9-836-0910 or contact me through my contact page. Check out my video on how to lubricate your treadmill belt
It doesn’t matter if your treadmill is new or secondhand, it will need servicing at some point. If you have a new treadmill or if you’re about to buy a new treadmill, I recommend that you read through some of my articles.
Learn how to look after your new treadmill before you potentially damage it. We’ll show you how to maintain your treadmill and what sort of wear and tear to expect. There are articles about treadmill repair, buying a treadmill, treadmill maintenance, and fitness equipment servicing. I’ll show you how to adjust a treadmill belt and how to lubricate your treadmill belt.
We repair treadmills and service fitness equipment in Auckland from Pukekohe right up to Orewa.
We’ve got treadmill lubricant for sale, treadmills for sale and a few articles about fitness equipment servicing. If you’re new to treadmills, we’ll show you how to look after your treadmill in our beginners guide to owning a treadmill. If you need a treadmill repair in Auckland or fitness equipment servicing, we can help.
I specialize in treadmill repairs from Auckland to Whangarei, and I service all sorts of fitness equipment. I refurbish second-hand treadmills and I have refurbished treadmills for sale. I’ve also specially selected some high-quality new treadmills for sale.
We provide a complete maintenance service for school gyms and apartment gyms. We provide a fully mobile service in and around Auckland and I come to you whether it’s in your home or gym.
I repair and maintain cross-trainers, rowers, exercycles, and multi-gyms. Concept 2 Rower servicing and Concept 2 rower repairs, and spin bike servicing and repairs. If you want your new treadmill assembled, new multi-gym assembled, new cross-trainer assembled or any new exercise equipment assembled – we can sort it for you.
Treadmill parts and treadmill lubricant.
We have top quality treadmill lubricant for sale, which is vital for keeping your treadmill belt and deck in good condition. This will help to keep the load on the treadmill’s electronics down, such as the treadmill motor, and the treadmill motor control board. These are the most common electronics that fail on your treadmill.
We have a range of treadmill parts to keep your treadmill running smoothly. Our treadmill parts include treadmill belts and treadmill decks. This is the treadmill belt that you run on. The treadmill deck is the solid piece under the treadmill belt. These two items wear together and will wear out at some point. Like the tyres on your car. The treadmill belt and treadmill deck condition will create the majority of problems with not just with your treadmills mechanical parts, but more so the electronic components of your treadmill.
We also stock treadmill motors and treadmill motor control boards. But because there are so many treadmill makes and models, we can only stock so much. And sadly many treadmills become obsolete within a very short time. So it’s important to buy a treadmill that you know will be supported for 5 to 10 years. We can also supply treadmill parts like treadmill motor drive belts, treadmill speed sensors, bearings for your treadmills rollers, treadmill console parts,
Buying Fitness equipment:
Things you might not think of when purchasing new fitness equipment. I service fitness equipment and have been for about 9 years. In that time you see patterns in machines and the way they wear. There’s a lot to know when buying fitness equipment but what I’ve found is … if you pay less, in the beginning, you may end up paying more in repair costs. Buy a higher quality machine which will almost always be better value for money.
Quality is better value, it just costs more.
Buy a machine that’s suited to what you want to achieve. I get a lot of repair inquiries from people that are too big for their machines. It causes premature wear. Some machines are more stable than others. You can feel it in the weight of the components. The steel is of higher quality. Buy a machine that’s suited to your body size. You’ll get a better experience. It won’t get creaky in the frame over time as you use it. You’ll feel the difference, it will encourage you to use it every day and you’ll reach your goals faster.
If you want to buy a treadmill consider this. Best to buy a treadmill with a durable running belt and deck. Some brands of treadmill have extended warranties on the treadmill running belts and decks. Most treadmill related problems stem from worn and badly maintained treadmill running belts and treadmill decks. These two items wear together, so if you buy a treadmill with cheap components you won’t get a good value treadmill.
There are lots of things to consider when buying a treadmill. The motor size, the frame quality, the running belt and deck quality. How much extra stress from wear, can the treadmill electronics cope with. Other things to consider when buying a new treadmill are, how important is the roller diameter. How long are the treadmill parts available for and what does the new treadmill warranty really mean?
If you’re light and just want to walk on a treadmill for 20 – 30 minutes a day then you can purchase a treadmill that’s a bit cheaper. If you want to train hard out every day and you’re heavy, then you’ll need to spend more on your new fitness equipment. Buy more than you need. You increase the chances of your machine lasting a lot longer.
There’s a lot of different treadmills for sale in Auckland and more so treadmills for sale in New Zealand. There are treadmills for sale from $600 through to treadmills for sale for $15,000. There is not just a difference in build quality, but a difference in the needs of the people using all these different treadmills that are for sale. So how do you choose which treadmill you want to buy?