Have you purchased an antique clock that just won't run?
Do you have a family heirloom that is collecting dust?
Before throwing your clock away or replacing the original movement with battery operated parts, give Marty's Clock Clinic a call and let us take a look at it!
Removing the original mechanics and replacing them with a battery operated movement drastically reduces the value of the clock, sometimes by many hundreds of dollars!
Marty's Clock Clinic can get your old clock working like new with a cleaning and oiling or maybe some replacement parts (many of which are still available).
Marty can do some minor wood restoration, but if major wood repair service is needed, he recommends his brother Philip at Ridder's Custom Woodwork.
Once the clock is in working order again, make sure to check out our "Repairs and Service" section for help on caring for your precious timepiece.
Click below to see a video of a perpetual calendar clock that Marty repaired as it changes from February to March.