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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
We do not sell parts
Click on the Grandfather Clock Service Area nearest to you,
for more information:
Cincinnati Clock Repair | Cincinnati, OH 45201 | 513-898-3007
Cleveland Clock Repair | Beachwood, OH 44122 | 216-319-0878
Northern Kentucky Clock Repair | Florence, KY 41042 | 859-912-7415
Akron - Canton Clock Repair | Canton, OH 44701 | 330-479-2635
Warren - Youngstown Clock Repair | Warren, OH 44483 | 330-367-5317
Columbus Clock Repair | Columbus, OH 43201 | 614-678-5510
Columbia Clock Repair | Columbia, SC 29209 | 803-832-4688
Pittsburgh Clock Repair | Pittsburgh, PA 15238 | 724-274-5279
Philadelphia Clock Repair | Germantown, PA 19144 | 215-501-7443
Erie Clock Repair | Erie, PA 16421| 814-897-8700
Hilton Head Clock Repair | Bluffton, SC 29910 | 843-566-2834
Alexandria - Mt Vernon Clock Repair | Alexandria, VA 22306 | 703-297-8590
Baltimore Clock Repair | Baltimore, MD 21209 | 410-981-9901
Hagerstown Clock Repair | Hagerstown, MD 21740 | 888-329-0309
Charleston Clock Repair | Charleston, SC 29401 | Phone: 843-566-2834
National Clock Repair Center |
Titusville, PA 16354 | Phone: 888-329-0309
Walter H. Durfee began selling tallcase clocks in Providence, RI in 1877. In 1880, a year before he formed "Durfee & Enches" with antique collector Charles Pendleton, the pair traveled to England in search of antiques. Durfee came into met with manufacturers of clocks and cases who would later ship the parts to the United States, which he would reassemble in Providence. When he added a bell chime, then recently patented in England , he so increased the demand for hall clocks in America that he became known as "the father of the modern grandfather clock."
In 1886, Durfee met bellmaker, Harrington while on a trip to England . They saw the possibility of using Harrington's tubes as clock bells, with Elliot's clock movements in longcase clocks. In 1887, Harrington's American patent for a clock chime apparatus was assigned to Walter H. Durfee.
Durfee used an unique special etched brass hinge on his tallcase clocks that has become a noted symbol. In 1894, Durfee stopped importing Harrington's bells and began manufacturing his own. Durfee clocks are counted among the classics of the industry and some have been or are even shown in famous clock museums.
We repair and manufacture all Walter Durfee grandfather clock movements and parts, except for the bells; however, we do not sell parts separately.
We receive shipments every day from around the world at our clock repair department. Please look at our shipping page for more details if you wish to ship your Durfee movement for repair. We have service technicians in the following areas who make house calls for your Durfee grandfather or floor clock.
Since 1976, 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.