My name is Phil Wadland,
My Grandfather started in this business in 1900 working in a Boston clock shop, and it has since been passed down through the years to my father and to me. All my training and skills I learned from my father as he learned from his father. Today I still use a lot of the same tools my grandfather used back then to repair clocks. I am the third generation to carry this business forward and am proud to keep my Grandfathers vision alive.
I am a fully qualified Horologist; my work is as close to the original maker as can be, by taking great care using techniques and materials to make replacement parts. I have been in business for 40 years repairing clocks in Palm Beach, Florida before moving to Manchester, New Hampshire.
To ensure that antique clocks don't wear out and continue to keep time, it is recommended that they need cleaning and servicing every 10 years. Your antique clock after hundreds of years and being passed from one generation to another is capable of keeping accurate time as long as they are care for properly. By giving your antique clock the sympathetic and professional attention they deserve, they will retain if not increase their value and continue to be the center of your household.
All the clocks I restore or repair include Longcase clock, Bracket clock, Musical clock, French mantle clock, cartel clock, spring clock, Vienna wall clock, Black forest clock, Skeleton clock, English dial clock, Fusee clock, Long case Regulator clock.
If you need service, please contact to discuss details.
Wadlands Clock Repair
742 Amherst Street
Manchester, NH 03104
Monday – Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sundays by appointment