Atlanta Brailler Repair

Are you looking for an expert mechanic to service your brailler?

Atlanta Brailler Repair provides the following exceptional service:

Complete Braille Writer Repair & Service - all makes and models
Quality Workmanship with a 1-year Workmanship Guarantee on All Repairs
Prompt Service
Reasonable Prices:
$50 flat rate plus parts, including cleaning, tightening, oiling, tuning up, repairing and or replacing
Nationwide Service & Delivery

Atlanta Brailler Repair and Service is owned and operated by Frank Levine, a master mechanic and expert in the repair of Perkins Braille Writers. In addition to private individuals who need repair and service for their braillers, Frank's clients include vision rehabilitation agencies nationwide, state agencies for the blind, including the GA Department of Labor-Vocational Rehabilitation, school districts and libraries for the blind in many states. With a business built on his reputation for quality workmanship, Frank guarantees all service and repairs for one year. Customer satisfaction is vital to his business. New customers are always welcome.
Government vendor is provided for Veterans for the Blind.

For repair or service, send or bring your Braille writer to:

Frank Levine
Atlanta Brailler Repair
c/o Vision Rehabilitation Services
3830 South Cobb Dr., #125
Suite 125
Smyrna, GA 30080
Phone: 770.739.4617
Fax: 770.432.5457
E-mail: atlantabrailler at

Be sure to include your name, return address, a daytime telephone number, and a description of the problem with your brailler. Braille writers should be well-packed in a sturdy cardboard box* and can be shipped in one of two ways:
1. Send by U.S. Postal Service under the "Free Matter for the Blind" postal codes** or
2. Send by UPS - ground transportation and pay a shipping fee

*Braillers received in poor or damaged boxes will be repackaged in a new, sturdy box and clients will be charged a small fee to cover the cost of the box. This is to protect repaired braillers.
** Please be aware that if you send your brailler as "free matter for the blind," the postal service is not responsible for loss or theft. You can, however, pay to insure it and still mail it "free matter."