With a deep appreciation for the art and history of clockmaking, we specialise in the meticulous repair, restoration and servicing of clocks. At our clock repair workshop, we combine traditional techniques with modern expertise to breathe life back into your broken or damaged clocks.
from long case clocks to mantel clocks
Specialist clock repairs
Our highly skilled team possesses the expertise to repair a diverse array of clocks, spanning from antique treasures to contemporary timepieces including wall clocks, carriage clocks, mantel clocks and long case clocks.
Get in touch to enquire about getting your clock repaired or serviced or visit us in-store and talk to one of our trained professionals to find out more.
Our team proudly boasts extensive experience in the art of clock making and repairs, with years of skillful craftsmanship and a deep knowledge of horology allowing us to ensure that your timepieces are revived to their former glory.
Types of Clock Repairs and Services
Is clock servicing important?
Clock servicing involves cleaning, oiling, and adjusting the internal components of a clock to ensure it functions accurately. It is crucial for maintaining the clock's longevity and preserving its value.
How often should I service my clock?
The frequency of servicing depends on the type of clock. Generally, mechanical clocks should be serviced every 3-7 years, while quartz clocks may require less frequent maintenance. Antique clocks may need more frequent attention due to their age and wear.
Can I service my clock myself?
While simple maintenance tasks like dusting and changing the batteries in quartz clocks can be done by yourself, professional servicing is recommended for most mechanical and antique clocks. Attempting to service a clock without the necessary expertise can lead to damage.
Can antique clocks be restored without losing their value?
Restoration can enhance the appearance and functionality of an antique clock. However, it's crucial to work with a clock restorer who understands the historical and collectors' value of the timepiece to preserve its authenticity.