If you have a clock that needs repair of servicing to get the tick back in the tick-tock, consider contacting Clock Ticker! I charge reasonable rates and you do not have to wait months and even years as some repair people take.
In addition, if you have an old, non-working clock you want to sell, contact me. we may want it and if you like the results after it is reconditioned, you can buy it back for the cost of the repair.
The first step is to call or send an e-mail to arrange for a free inspection in our shop of your clock(s) to determine what may need to be done. If you have a grandfather clock and are local, we will quote you a price to come out and diagnose the problem(s) and provide an estimate. If you live outside the area, it is much more cost effective if you bring your grandfather clock into our shop. If you know how to remove the mechanism, this really helps and you do not risk breaking glass.
If we think we can fix your clock and we are unable to get it working again, there is only a minimum charge. If it requires specialized service such as the rebuilding of complex precision parts no longer available, then we will subcontract that work to a specialist or recommend an alternative repair shop.
For a list of service levels and pricing click HERE.
For a sales and warrantee flyer click HERE.
I have an engineering degree and have worked on various mechanical projects all of my life. I have 6 years of experience repairing and restoring clocks varying in age from 30 to 200 years old. I have worked on 25 different types of movements in over 40 different brands of clocks. For a partial listing of clock types and brands click here for a pdf.
I am a member of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors (NAWCC), the global leader in acquiring and disseminating knowledge and enhancing and furthering education with respect to the art, heritage, and science of time and timekeeping. Member #176533. I have also published articles about clocks in publications such as the Arizona's Antique Register and The Country Register. Click here for an example.
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