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We do not sell parts
Click on the Service Center nearest you, for more information:

Boston Clock Repair | Boston, MA 02114 |  617-938-3468
Cincinnati Clock Repair | Cincinnati, OH  45201 | 513-898-3007
Nashua - Southern New Hampshire Clock Repair | Nashua, NH 03062 | 603-879-0293
Portland Clock Repair | Portland, ME 04107 | 207-774-9966
Boothbay Clock Repair Center | Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538 | 207-633-9965
Cleveland Akron Clock Repair | Beachwood, OH 44122 | 216-319-0878
Pittsburgh Clock Repair | Pittsburgh, PA 15238 | 724-274-5279
Erie Clock Repair | Erie, PA 16421| 814-897-8700
State College Clock Repair | Bellefonte, PA 16823 | Phone: 814-470-1993
Charleston Clock Repair | Charleston, SC 29401 | Phone: 843-566-2834
NATIONAL CLOCK SERVICE CENTER | Meadville, PA  16335 | 866-628-0923 Toll Free

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We provide professional clock repair services for customers from the following states:  Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina
South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington DC West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming

Mauthe Clock Company
Clock Repair Center USA

In 1844 Friedrich Mauthe and his wife Marie (Kienzle) founded a company in Schwenningen to produce watch parts.  By the end of the 1860s Mauthe began to produce their own wall clocks and movements.  Some were produced through the network of cottage clock industries or so called "Gewerblern", others were produced in a mass production industrialized way.  The Mauthe sons Christian (1845-1909) and James (1847-1915) took over in 1876.  In 1886 Mauthe Clock began manufacturing its own spring.


Around 1900, alarm clocks, pendulum wall clocks, grandfather clocks, office clocks and "Buffet clocks" were offered.   The number of employees at that time went up to about 1,100 people.  In 1904 the 3rd generation took over (Eugene Schreiber (1877-1939) - son of Christian Mauthe, Dr. Fritz Mauthe (1875-1951) - son of Jacob and Mauthe Alfred (1879-1911) - son of Jacob Mauthe.  In 1925 Mauthe announced a new trademark.  It shows a right-looking eagle with outstretched wings, holding in its talons a three-part round plate with the letters F, M and S.


All Mauthe mantle and wall clocks and movements are repaired in our national repair center.  We receive shipments every day from around the world at our  clock repair department. Please look at our shipping page for more details.


Many wall clocks are too large to easily transport, so we will make house calls for these.  Since 1977, we have been in the clock repair business and have become one of the most respected clock restoration and repair companies in the northeastern United States.


Make an appointment today to repair your grandfather clock by emailing or calling us.  If you don’t get an answer by phone, we may be out on a call, so please leave a message and we will get back to you.


WHILE WE CAN MANUFACTURE REPLACEMENT PARTS, WE DO NOT SELL PARTS