Clock Repair Service has been servicing Grandfather Clocks in our customers homes since 2005. Our company is an Authorized Howard Miller & Ridgeway Clock Company Service Center and have been trained to repair all brands and models of Grandfather Clocks. When our technician comes to your home, they will discuss the problem you are having with your Grandfather Clock.  Once they have discussed your issue, they will set up a small work station next to your Grandfather Clock. They will then safety remove the Grandfather Clocks movement and proceed to clean, re-oil it an calibrate the movement. Once the movement is cleaned, the technician will be able to asses the Grandfather Clocks movement. At this point the technician will be able to discus the condition of your movement  and provide you with any options, if needed. Grandfather Clock manufacturers recommend having your Grandfather Clock cleaned and serviced every 2 years. The reason behind this suggestions is the oil in the Grandfather clock s movement will start to dry out and collect dust, allowing this dried out oil to turn into a graphite or sandpaper  type material and start to wear several moving parts of your Grandfather Clocks movement. By having this dirty oil removed and replacing it with fresh quality cleaned oil, specifically designed for mechanical Clocks, will add to the life of your Grandfather Clock. Our company uses the finest quality oil, specifically designed for Clocks and Grandfather clocks.


One of our technicians working on a Grandfather Clock in one of our customers homes


When out technician come to your home they will perform the following procedures:

*  Set up a small shop near your clock

*   Remove the Grandfather clocks weights and pendulum

*   Carefully remove the Grandfather Clock's movement

*  Remove the old dirty oil inside the Grandfather Clocks movement

*  Re-oil the Grandfather Clock's movement with the highest quality clock oil on the market

*  Adjust and re-calibrate the Grandfather clock's movement

*  Re-install and make final adjustments to your Grandfather Clock's chime hammers for a crisp clear sound

*  Level the Grandfather Clock's case

*  Clean and polish the Grandfather clocks case and glass

*  Answer any questions you may have

*  Show you how to operate your Grandfather clock.

Once the Grandfather clock's movement has been removed and cleaned, the technician will be able to let you know the condition of your Grandfather clock's movement. They will answer any questions you may have and show you how to operate your Grandfather clock again. 



If you have lost the weights to your Grandfather clock, in most cases we can find the replacements. The weights to a Grandfather clock are specific to the movement that's inside your Grandfather clock and not the Grandfather clock itself. The model number that is needed to find replacement weights will be the model number of the Grandfather clocks movement and not the Grandfather clocks model number from the manufacturer. 

​The model number on a Grandfather clock movement will be located on the back side of the Grandfather clock movement.

Once we have the numbers, we will be able to find the correct weight sizes for your Grandfather clock.

There are several styles and sizes of Grandfather clock weights. More importantly is the actual weight of each weight. Having the correct weight to each of your Grandfather clocks weights is important.  If the incorrect weight to each weight is used on your Grandfather clock, it is possible the Grandfather clock will not chime properly or may not run at all.

Please call us at 678-462-7856 or contact us and we will help you determine the correct size.