Click on the Service Center nearest you, for more information:
Boston Clock Repair | Boston, MA 02114 | 617-938-3468
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 | 888–329-0309 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
Over 3,000 hymns are programmed to play manually or at set time(s) through the day or week. Each day of the week can be programmed differently as well as different seasons of the year. If your church needs a tolling bell to signal the beginning of a service, we have that capability as well.
The Tower Clock & Carillon division of the Midcoast Clock & Music Box Company, LLC specializes solely in the repair and restoration of mechanical steeple, tower, and street clocks. Many of these are found in town halls, public buildings and churches around the world.
Our company’s founder, Roger Gordon, along with our clock technicians travel throughout the United States diagnosing and repairing these stately markers of time. Most of these machines were built in the 18th & 19th Centuries as the standard source of telling time for the
Community. Many of the restoration projects of this type are done as a philanthropic or community capital project because of the significant historic and functional aspect of the “town clock”
If your church or community is in need of repair work to your tower clock, please give us the opportunity to evaluate the project and provide you with a proposal to perform the work and to become a stewardship partner in maintaining your cherished public treasure.
In addition to repair and restoration work, we also manufacture digital carillons. This system can be operated with the sounds of Westminster on the quarter, half, or full hours. It can can also play traditional ship’s bells every half hour or simply strike the hour.