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What You Need To Know About Your Clock

L. FURTWANGER & SOHNE

Keep your clock running

If you love the look and sound of your old clock, whether it be a family heirloom Grandfather Clock, or an antique you picked up in a flea market, it does need service from time to time. Any clock that runs steadily should be oiled by a professional every four to five years.

GUSTAV BECKER WALL CLOCK

When Your Clock Stops

There are many reasons that a clock stops, whether it be a Cuckoo Clock, Mantle, or Anniversary Clock. In most cases the clock needs to be thoroughly cleaned. To properly clean a clock, it needs to be totally disassembled and each part cleaned ultrasonically. After the clock is completely cleaned, it is reassembled, oiled and adjusted. A thorough cleaning of your clock will leave it properly running for years especially if it is oiled every few years.

When Your Clock Needs More Attention

If you love the look and sound of your old clock, whether it be a family heirloom Grandfather Clock, or an antique you picked up in a flea market, it does need service from time to time. Any clock that runs steadily should be oiled by a professional every four to five years.

For help with any of these concerns, call Christopher’s Clock Repair: 
(720) 210-7052

About Christopher

I am a member of NAWCC (National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors).  I have been restoring, collecting, selling, and trading clocks for more than thirty years.  This much experience has exposed me to all makes, models, and styles of clocks.

If I can’t repair your clock, I will tell you so and recommend someone who can.

“So many clocks, so little time…”

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