First of all, thank you for wanting to fix what you already own and love. Extending the life of our clothes has the best positive environmental impact. We are not a repair shop for individual repairs, our operations are setup to handle repairs at a production level. So we have done a little research to help you find somewhere to repair your item.
Search locally, a lot of towns have tailors, alteration shops or even repairs done at local dry cleaners. Keeping business local also reduces the need to ship you garment somewhere and you can talk to the person who is doing your repair.
Want to try the repair yourself, check out Ifxit that has videos on how to do some common repairs on clothes. https://www.ifixit.com/Device/Clothing
If you have a more technical garment that needs repair, here is a list of a few expert repairs shops across the country that will be a good resource.
Narin’s Outdoor Repair - http://outdoorrepairs.blogspot.ca
A&J alternation - http://www.ajalteration.com/home.html
Nila’s Niche - https://www.nilasniche.com
Lindy Cleaners - http://lindy-cleaners.business.site
Smoking Iron Alterations - http://www.smokingironalterations.com
Quickstitch Alterations By Juliana - http://quickstitchalterationsbyjuliana.business.site
Acadia Sewing & Alterations - http://alterations.yolasite.com
Zipper Hospital - http://www.zipperhospital.com
Ninh Alterations - http://www.ninhalterationsgr.com
Repair Lair - https://repairlair.com
Renaissance Alterations - http://renaissancealterationstailoring.com
The Green Darner - http://www.greendarner-repairlab.com
Denim Therapy - http://denimtherapy.com
Rugged Thread - http://www.ruggedthread.com
Wardrobe Clinic - http://www.wardrobeclinic.com
RainyPass - http://rainypass.com