"Lord through this hour,
Be Thou our guide
So, by Thy power
No foot shall slide."
Words to Westminster Chime
Welcome to our website...it's been developed for the 7400+ clock owners that have called upon us to repair and restore their clocks. Over the years, we've noticed that very few clock owners know how to operate and adjust their clocks and need to contact the shop for more information. Here you'll find clock-keeping instructions like your grandfather would give you. The topics will range from choosing the best location for your clock to recognizing symptoms that the clock needs professional attention.
For those of you that need clock repair, we welcome the opportunity to speak to you about your clock and give you more information about our shops. You will appreciate our courteous attention to your clock questions.
Our repair work is limited to antique and better modern clocks. We don't accept 31 day Korean type clocks, quartz, most electric, and cuckoo clocks. Electric and cuckoo clocks have their own specialists that can be found on the internet and accept mail in repair work. If you have one of these and would still like to discuss it with us, don't hesitate to call the shop.
Our shop is devoted to restoration and repair, but occasionally we have some antique clocks for sale. These clocks are acquired at large clock auctions, so don't worry that you could potentially be buying a repair clock. We prefer to sell clocks locally to avoid the possible damage and expense of shipping.
Thank you for stopping by the website. If you have questions or wish to have more information on a topic, drop us an email. It will be promptly answered.
Early 1800s English tall case clock that was accidently pulled over while winding. The case was in 40 pieces with damage to the movement. One of our favorite restorations.