I repair most clocks, but specialize in grandfather or tall case clocks. To service a grandfather clock, we go to the clock. See details below.
I starting repairing clocks in 1971 in Mississippi. After Hurricane Katrina forced me to move from the area in 2005, I moved my shop to Carrollton to be closer to my children. My son has his own shop in Mississippi and my daughter helps me in my shop.
I go to the grandfather clock. If I am unable repair the problem at your house, then it is necessary to remove the movement and take it to my shop. In my shop, I will clean the clock mechanism, repair any malfunctions, and place the movement on a test stand for testing and regulating. After repairing your clock, I will return the movement to the clock case at your house.
All my work is guaranteed to your satisfaction. My typical turn-around time to repair grandfather clocks is approximately three weeks. If I have to order parts, it may take a few days more. After repairing the clock, I run the clock from my test stand to regulate the clock for accuracy, which usually about a week.
Wall clocks, mantle clocks, regulators, wind-up clocks, weight clocks, anniversary clocks, Tubular Clocks, Westminster clocks, striking clocks, chiming clocks, novelty clocks.
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