You will have the information needed to make a fully informed desision about your clock repair. Although we are not appraisers, we can give you a good idea of your clock's market value and a high quality, detailed estimate of the cost and time required to put it back in good running order. You bring the sentimental value to the decision process. After you make the decision to proceed with a repair plan, we keep you informed of developments. Our goal is to have no surprises and a satisfied customer at the end of the repair process.
When we overhaul a clock, we completely disassemble every component to clean, inspect and polish every part. Since we inspect the pieces at this level, we are able to confidently guarantee the clock's operation. You will not pay for the same repair twice during the warranty period.
Many antique clocks have been passed from one generation to the next. We will provide you with information on your clock based on original catalogs, modern collector's guides and internet research. We can often determine the age and origin so that your family can better appreciate your treasured old clock.
Mechanical clocks are subject to wear as steel and brass parts are in contact and always in motion when the clock runs. We will help you understand what maintenance your clock needs to perform at its best. In general, clocks should be serviced every 4 to 5 years to prevent accelerated wear due to loss of lubrication or build up of dust and dirt.
We make housecalls in the Hill Country. There is no need for you to transport your clock - we take care of it all. Call to schedule an appointment.
If you are asking yourself "Where can I get my clock worked on in the Hill Country?" please give us a call today. 830.258.6093 or 703.906.4272. HillCountryClockrepair@gmail.com