La-Z-Boy Recliner Repair Guide: Costs, Quotes, and Tips

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La-Z-Boy Recliner Repair Guide: Costs, Quotes, and Tips

All products from cars, chairs and electronics will wear and tear at some point and require urgent repair. When repairing something broken, it pays to compare prices to get the best rates and save your cash. If your , let DoNotPay help you get the best repair prices.

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How Long Should a La-Z-Boy Recliner Last?

are typically made using similar material and framework as sofas. Quality recliners should last for about seven to fifteen years before wearing out. With daily or nightly use, the recliner lasts for seven years. But if you use it more as a decorative accent piece, it may last as high as 20 years.

Does La-Z-Boy Have a Lifetime Warranty?

The manufacturer of the La-Z-Boy recliner, La-Z-Boy, features a lifetime warranty covering manufacturing faults on the parts of the frame, mechanisms, and spring. To enjoy the warranty, you must show proof of original ownership and purchase.

How Much Will I Pay to Get My La-Z-Boy Recliner Repaired?

The amount you will pay to have your La-Z-Boy recliner repaired varies depending on several factors, including the type of service and manufacturer. The following is a summary of the costs as provided by HomeAdvisor:

Types of RepairRepair Costs
Recliner repair$200 to $350
Reupholster a recliner$400 to $1000 depending on the fabric and labor costs
Fixing electrical system, reclining mechanisms, and replacing springs$100 to $350

If your product has a limited lifetime warranty that covers repairs, you can contact La-Z-Boy customer care on (800) 375-6890 to have your product repaired. Keep in mind that you may still have to pay a fee to have your furniture transferred to their warehouse for pick up.

How to Get a Repair from La-Z-Boy

If your recliner has a valid warranty from La-Z-Boy, follow the steps below to get repairs:

  • Visit La-Z-Boy customer care customer page
  • Go to either the "if you need parts" or "if you need service" section and enter your ZIP/Postal Code on the provided field
  • Once you have entered your ZIP/Postal Code, you will see a list of local stores with their phone numbers.
  • Call the store where you purchased your furniture to discuss your service request.
  • If you are unsure where you purchased your La-Z-Boy furniture, call their Customer Care department at (800) 375-6890.

What to Expect From La-Z-Boy After Requesting a Repair

Once you speak with the La-Z-Boy representative, you may be asked to set up an appointment or send pictures and videos of the problem through text or email. You may also be asked whether you need to order parts to repair yourself. Remember, all parts orders are subject to a shipping fee.

Can I Get a Refund from La-Z-Boy Instead?

La-Z-Boy reveals once the deposit is charged, you cannot cancel or change your order or obtain refunds. However, you can exchange the merchandise within three days of receiving the product for a product of a lesser or the same value. Remember, you will pay a restocking fee of up to 30% for the exchanged merchandise.

How Can I Get Repairs for My La-Z-Boy Recliners From Third-Party Repair Shops?

Ideally, you can have your recliner repaired either by the company's in-house repair technicians, authorized repair shops, or third-party repair shops. As the name suggests, an in-house repairer is stationed at the manufacturer's premises to handle all repair requests.

Authorized repair shops are independent companies that the manufacturer contract to handle outsourced repair requests. Third-party repairs are independent uncertified providers that handle the repair needs of customers. If your product lacks a warranty, you may need to use the services of a third-party repairer. The following are the steps to get started:

  1. Research the repair shops in your area,
  2. Come up with a small list of licensed repairers, call them to find out their rates,
  3. Compare the prices, and determine whether they have discounts. Find out whether they charge additional fees,
  4. Prepare your recliner, and send it to the repair shop

Essentially, the DIY procedure to identify the best repair shop in your area and compare prices is long and tedious. DoNotPay can help ease this burden. We will search for the best repair deals in your area and help you spot attempts by repair shops to charge you for unnecessary services.

How to Start Saving on Repairs With DoNotPay

The following are a few steps to get the best repair provider for your backpack and start saving with DoNotPay.

  1. Search for Quote My Repair on DoNotPay.

  2. Enter the details of the repair you need.

  3. Let DoNotPay find competitive rates for that repair in your area and any relevant information to keep you from being overcharged.

Let DoNotPay to Help You Save On Repairs

La-Z-Boy Recliners are built-to-last and offer the most value for your money. This furniture is often passed down from generation to generation, thus making most people reluctant to throw them out once they break down. Unfortunately, getting the best from your locality is not a walk in the park.

What Else Can DoNotPay do?

DoNotPay can help you find the best repair shop in your area and save on unnecessary repair costs. We will find competitive repair rates for your backpack in your area through our new product to give you negotiating leverage. We will also detect and prevent any attempts by repair shops to charge you for nonexistent or unnecessary services. We can also help you with:

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