How To Fix A Grandfather Clock?

How do you fix a grandfather clock?

The pendulum disk is moved up or down by turning the adjustment nut.

To slow the Grandfather Clock down, move the pendulum disk down by turning the adjustment nut to the left.

To speed the Grandfather Clock up, move the pendulum disk up by turning the adjustment nut to the right.

How much does it cost to fix a grandfather clock?

Standard Prices

Services Starting prices for these services. If two prices, the first is for a 30 hr. clock, second is 8-day
Special charges
House call, including pick-up of clocks for repair* $140.00**
Set up a grandfather clock (after a move, or newly delivered, uncrated) $70.00** plus house call charge

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Why does a grandfather clock stop working?

Make sure the clock hands are not touching the glass. A clock minute hand that touches the glass will stop your clock. The reason a clock pendulum often stops swinging, after being moved, is because the clock case now leans at a slightly different angle then it did at its former location.

How long do grandfather clocks last?

about 10-15 years