ClockMasters are experienced in the refurbishment of Clockmasters heritage listed tower clocks.
We can cut new wheels and pinions, put automatic winding on heritage listed clock movements, repair or remake clock hands and restore clock dials to their former glory.
In restoring glass in old tower clocks dials, ClockMasters will cut and colour-match the glass so it blends in the original glass.
Regular tasks such as cleaning, regulating and oiling old movements are covered in a ClockMasters service agreement, which gives great peace of mind and ensures your clock, will continue to give great service into the future.
Service contracts are also available on any clock system designed and implemented by ClockMasters Australia.
ClockMaster Australia carries out regular service and maintenance work on public clocks and this includes street clocks to your town hall clock.
This can be done on a contract basis for a year or more as required.
Service work can include cleaning and oiling the movement plus checking for wear and problems at the same time.
We also offer small or major repair or replacement of parts clean the dials and paint the hands.
Clockmasters have a full workshop with the ability to make replacement parts for damaged or worn parts as in the making of a new arbor for an 1853 Tower Clock movement. The movement was made by Thwaites Reed London 1853
Repair work being carried out on the Norwood Town Hall Clock.Refurbishing the chapter ring and replacing damaged glass. The glass was made to match the original colour of the glass left in the dial.