Since 1989, the Point Defiance Clock Shop has repaired and serviced a wide variety of clocks and watches. We tackle everything from swapping out a battery to complete overhauls of a grandfather clock.
With 30+ years in the industry, Jim Sparks has the expertise to diagnose and repair nearly any type of clock or watch problem. We want you to be 100% satisfied with the quality of the repair and offer a one-year warranty on all of our work. And we’re going to get the work done for a great price. We’ll provide you a free quote. If you don’t think we’re competitive, then you’ve got no obligation.
Jim has been repairing clocks and watches since 1969. He is a certified watch and clock repairman with the American Watchmakers – Clockmakers Institute (AWI).
He is also a member of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (and has been since the early 1970’s). His member is #23922.
- Pickup and delivery of clocks.
- Free estimates for the cost of repair.
- Clock or watch cleaning and adjustment.
- Clock or watch repair.
- In-house inventory of hard-to-find, antique, or out-of-production movements.
- Order parts.
- Mechanical movement supply and install.
- Clock sales – over a hundred in the store.
Our In-Home Service Call
Clocks can be big, cumbersome, and challenging to transport. That’s why we offer an in-home service call. We arrive at your home and inspect the clock. If your clock only needs an adjustment and/or light oiling in order to get it back up and running, then we do that on-site. If, however, the clock needs more work, then provide you a free estimate of the necessary repairs. If accepted, then we carefully pack up and take the movement, pendulum and weights back to our repair facility. From there, we disassemble the movement, clean it, polish all pivots and bushings and then reassemble it. We oil all of the wear points. And we set the movement on a timing stand to test it out for several weeks and ensure it keeps accurate time. Lastly, we re-pack the movement, pendulum and weights and head back to your home at an agreed-upon date/time to reinstall the movement back into your clock.