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Keep Your Memories Ticking: West Georgia Clock Repair Opens Location in Villa Rica

West Georgia Clock Repair is your premier clock repair shop here to service all of your family heirlooms. From general maintenance, to repair to moving and storage, business owner Roger Priest’s passion for Grandfather clocks and more than 10 years of experience has fueled his family business to grow. “Many people have old clocks in their homes that haven’t worked for years, just because they did not know where to get them fixed,” said Priest.

West Georgia Clock Repair was formerly located in Hiram, but has recently located 229 West Bankhead Highway in Villa Rica. Priest and his team have moved into the previous ACT Insurance space. ACT Insurance was acquired by The Whorton Agency back in May of this year.

What is unique about West Georgia Clock Repair is that Roger will make house calls to his clients for grandfather clocks. Most other clock repair shops will be able to fix grandfather clocks, but the clocks need to be taken to the shop by the customer. With the size and weight of many grandfather clocks, it simply isn’t feasible for people to transport their treasured family heirlooms. Roger is available for repair and general maintenance for most kinds of clocks. 

Roger explained most clocks are repaired for sentimental reasons. Somebody grew up hearing it, or bought it on their honeymoon or other special occasions. “Or, it reminds them of a loved one if it was passed down from a parent or grandparent,” Roger elaborated.

West Georgia Clock Repair is open Monday through Thursday by appointment and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. They can be reached at 470-528-9372, and more information can be found at https://westgeorgiaclockrepair.com/ Give them a call to keep your clock running or to fix a treasured old clock you have in your house!

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