At The Clock Guy, we understand that it can take a great deal of effort in keeping an antique clock running. We also know that people can receive clocks that haven't worked in years. Over time, dust accumulates, existing lubricants thicken and become gooy and will cause the clock to stop . Gears can rust through moisture variants, bushings wear down from lack of lubrication or perhaps the clock runs but the chimes you love to hear throughout your house wont ring anymore. Any number of clock problems may arise and your precious timepiece just stops! When unforeseen circumstances befall your antique clock, The Clock Guy is prepared to get to the bottom of the problem, get it up and running like new, all while maintaining your clock’s beautiful antique appearance. The Clock Guy will also repair and restore your new or vintage quartz movement clocks.
The Clock Guy will repair and restore any small to medium sized clocks that can be brought in by appointment or shipped to our full service shop. We also offer, up to 20 miles, home service calls for large clock repair such as grandfathers clocks and large regulators. We will repair and restore your antique grandfather clock and provide you with the continuing beauty and pleasure that your exquisite time piece provides. We are completely qualified to work on absolutely any type of clock including 400 day anniversary clocks, carriage clocks and electric clocks and we will also educate you on how to set your clock, positioning and leveling it, getting the "tick" just right and all the nessesary details to allow you to enjoy years of unfailing time keeping. If you have any questions for The Clock Guy, you can contact us at email@example.com