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Clock Repair - The Green Choice

Ask Your Family Jeweler - July 2012 Edition

When a cherished clock stops working many people are faced with a difficult decision. Do they stop using the clock that they have come to love, or do they find someone to make the needed repairs? Quite often the choice comes down to convenience. However, many people don't consider that replacing the movement is more cost effective and better for the environment.

Every clock that is repaired is one less clock that ends up in a land fill. It may only be a small change but every small change helps. Also the cost to repair a clock is quite low when compared with the cost to replace a quality clock. Replacing a clock movement is a relatively simple repair for a trained clock professional. Let the team at Amoskeag Jewelers help with your clock repair, or any other repair that you need.

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