Our experienced Clocksmith can handle all your needs. We can do simple cleanings to full restorations.
AS OF 5/1/2021 WE NO LONGER SERVICE ELECTRIC CLOCKS, 25 DAY CLOCKS, 31 DAY CLOCKS, OR 35 DAY CLOCKS. THESE ARE USUALLY KOREAN, CHINESE, OR JAPANESE.
See what our company has to offer!
Give us a call today, We service all clocks from the oldest of antiques to the new production models. Our friendly and experienced staff are always here to meet your needs, Customer Service is our first priority. Our shop is capable of everything from proper cleanings to gear and mill work. We also specialize in heirloom and family pieces.
Contact us by phone, text, or email and we can set up a time to come look at your clock. We have free pickup and delivery, we do service calls, and if you are located outside our service area there is the option of shipping your clock to us for service or repair.
If you are outside our service area there is the option of shipping your clock to us. Once we receive your clock we will inspect the movement and contact you regarding details and pricing. No work is preformed without the consent of the customer. After the work is agreed on and preformed we will re-package and ship your clock, ensuring we take the utmost care in returning your clock in superb condition. If you prefer a specific type of return shipping please make sure to advise us when you ship your clock(s).
We offer a 2 year warranty on all repairs performed by S&N Clock Repair. If you have any problems within that 2 years just contact us and we will fix the issue free of charge.
We are an authorized Howard Miller and Ridgeway Service Center. We can handle any Howard Miller or Ridgeway warranty or service work, including Grandfather clocks and wall clocks. All that is needed is your model number.
We love meeting our customers, discussing and explaining what we do and how we do it; so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
512 Rolling Hills Dr., Cape Girardeau, MO 63701, US
08:00 am – 05:00 pm
We are in and out of the shop so it's always best to call first.