Alton Clock Repair Services

in Alton, IL

Alton Antique Clock Repair

Alton, IL

Alton Clock Repair Articles

Clock Repair reviews in Alton

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Be careful This guy is a fast talker. Talks a lot. A lot. I know I over paid. Be careful. His game is to talk a lot and get you pulled in. I would absolutely positively never recommend him to anyone. He worked h****** getting me be buy a whole new mechanism...and you know what i did. $1,000.

- Perry D.
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My watch isn't high-end, but I like to support local business, and replacing a battery when the case is a little tricky to open is something I'm happy to leave to professionals. I also hate having to park and hike into a mall kiosk. However, $12 is still a quarter of the cost of the watch itself (MSRP, I paid about $30 online) and they told me to come back the next day - when I'd dropped it off at about 3 p.m. I guess my little watch isn't worth prioritizing over the Rolexes and Omegas. I won't prioritize giving them my business at their current prices and wait time.
- Christopher F.
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The entire process took a year from pickup to delivery. He claimed he had to fabricate a part in his shop for the grandmother clock. The grandmother clock runs fast, and gains an hour or so per week, making it useless. The antique wall clock hour hand broke when I was winding it and is now a wall decoration.
I called several times to arrange a followup service which has not been done as of the date of this review.
I have hired another clockmaker to repair the clocks.
- Anne G.
A

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My husband called
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, since we hadn't heard a response after contacting through Angie's List.
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was very responsive on the phone and set up an appointment to come to our home and check out our grandfather clock, which was not operating and chiming like it should. When
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came over, he went right to business, commenting on the quality and age of the clock, as well as the problem and fix in a very understandable way.
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has been in this business many, many years and knows grandfather clocks. He even took a look at our much older mantel clock at no extra cost, and did not try to sell us. He did tell us what it would cost to put a new movement in there, which sounded reasonable to us, but he did not encourage the service anytime soon. He told us to enjoy it for a while just the way it was.
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was full of information about clocks and very eager to answer our questions.
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is a professional, but is also a very personable and friendly. He is definitely worth a call to, because his expertise is very evident. We plan to continue with
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in the future with both our grandfather and mantel clocks.

- Lindsey F.
A

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He came over to my house and checked out my clock, which was too big to drag around town. He turned it from an old damaged broken clock to one that's new and pretty and works very well.
I told my cousin about him - she had a grandfather cloth that hadn't worked in years - and he went right over there and turned hers into something wonderful again.
I really liked him, and his performance, and how genuine he was.


- Linda D.
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Gave me a 2 hour window (11-1) on workday to be at my home.
Did not show up within the 2 hour window (I tried to call the only # I had and left a message).
I received a call around 1:48 (50 minutes after the 2 hour window) stating that he had got held up at last job.
I stated that I may just go with someone else as I would have appreciated a courtesy call that he was going to be late since it was a workday and I made arrangements to be available.
He told me to go ahead and find someone else and abruptly hung up.
It is unfortunate as I have used him before and would have given an A review if I was part of Angie List at the time but was very disappointed in how this went down.
I understand in this type of service business things like this happen but I would have just appreciated a courtesy call to let me know what the situation was and that he was going to be late or even to reschedule so I could have changed my plans.
- Jennifer S.
A

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I would hire
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in a heart beat. Not only is the clock working perfectly,
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spent extra time to explain things about our clock we did not know.
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is professional, courteous, knowledgeable, and just a nice guy.
- Karen T.
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All Antique Clock Repair in Alton, IL

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TIMEKEEPERS

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