A Howard Miller Grandfather Clock case on its back. We had to re attach the bottom of the clock, due to one of the weights come off its cable and had fallen.
We are able to re attach the bottom of Grandfather Clocks out at the customers home. Once the old staples are remover we use a nail gun to secure the bottom of the Grandfather Clock using small brads. The bottom of the Grandfather Clock on newer model Grandfather Clocks are designed to drop out when the weight falls. Older Grandfather Clocks and smaller Grandmother Clocks are not designed this way. When a weight falls off the chain or cable, the weight will sometimes create a large hole or crack the bottom piece of the Grandfather Clock. Many customers, while winding a Grandfather Clock will help the weight along by lifting the weight up slightly, when they finish winding the clock and let go of the weight, the weight will become unhooked from the chain or cable allowing it to fall to the bottom of the Grandfather Clock, not only damaging the bottom of the Grandfather Clock but also damaging the weight as well.
When clock Repair Service come out to a customers home, we set up a shop next to the Grandfather Clock to be service or repaired. We are able to perform most of our work in our customers homes, saving the customer both time and money.
Clock Repair Service has been in business for over 10 years now. We service more Grandfather clocks than any other clock company in the state of Georgia. We have 2 Grandfather Clock Technicians that are on the road Monday - Friday repairing 2-3 Grandfather clocks per day, EACH.. That's allot of clocks in the past 10+ years. Our service area at this point is from Chattanooga, Tennessee down to Macon Georgia. The bulk of our Grandfather Clock repairs are however, in the Metro Atalanta area. We service Grandfather clocks ranging from 200+ years old to current models. We do service all brands of Grandfather Clocks and we are an Authorized Sales and Service center for both Howard Miller and Ridgeway clocks.