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Fitness Equipment Repair & Maintenance in Knoxville, TN

Maintaining the fitness equipment at your university athletic facility or health club sends an important message to students and prospective newcomers. Without a proper preventive maintenance regime in place, your facility’s fitness equipment could break, lead to costly repairs, and cause safety hazards for your athletes and the rest of the student body.

Treadmill Repair & Exercise Bike Repair in Knoxville, TN

The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN understands the importance of maintaining the health of their fitness equipment. Recently, their new coaching staff called us out to inspect, clean, and repair a series of exercise bikes and treadmills on campus:

We were happy to optimize their equipment in order to set them up for success heading into their spring and summer semesters!

Keep Your Athletic Facility Equipment in its Prime

Don’t wait until your fitness equipment breaks down or causes injury. At Fitness Machine Technicians, we’ll keep you in working shape all year round with a custom preventive maintenance plan that sustains the life of your fitness units.

Our knowledgeable team of trained technicians are qualified to work on a range of fitness equipment from various brands. Big or small, we do it all!

Fitness Machine Technicians East Tennessee is run by Ryan Strother and Rigo Salaices. The pair services the greater East Tennesee area, including Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Northwest Georgia. Request a technician today.


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