Ever since I was a little boy I can remember admiring the Ansonia wall clock in my grandparent’s home. I only lived two doors away and visited there often. Then, when I was visiting my Uncle in England I was amazed at his expansive clock collection. He had collected over eighty clocks from all over Europe. I loved listening to them. Later in life I purchased an old wall clock at an auction for $35.00. I discovered that I had a talent for repairing the movement and the case. A new hobby was born AND a new business started. Before you know it we have five mechanics who share the same passion. We fix memories!
We exist to restore memories found in old clocks. Many are family heirlooms and some are just starting their way into making a memory. We buy, sell, trade, and repair all clocks from the old antique to the new quartz models. We specialize in temporarily replacing mechanical movements into older clocks so that aging loved can enjoy them without having to wind or set them. We then can replace the mechanical movement back into service after the loved one no longer needs the clock.
In the period from 1800 – 1950 millions of mechanical and electric clocks were manufactured in the United States and many millions more worldwide. A considerable number of these clocks are either still in service and or needing service. Many more are in need of restoration or repair. Clock repair businesses are in large demand but repair services are few. We exist to repair memories.
Our work is always guaranteed and the job is not done until you are satisfied. If you are happy with our work...tell your friends. If you are not happy with our work...tell us.
Jonathan Schultz - Owner