[Bell Historians] Church clock maintenance contracts

Mark Regan markregan at lBgeWJhbuILFoufIvXnFZAz8swAsKD0auOS6-krWhk6E2i0jRPu9yN3ArdPMNH0hKXlH2jZvdJioRpwp1d7s.yahoo.invalid
Fri Feb 19 18:52:40 GMT 2010

I’ve negotiated few clock contracts over the years. If you detail exactly what you want and get a checklist signed off after each service – it’s easy. Best get a professional to do this work. And get references too.






From: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com [mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Chris Pickford
Sent: 19 February 2010 18:40
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Church clock maintenance contracts




As a "clock person" as well as a bells one, I'd say that it's generally a good idea to have a regular maintenance contract (the same goes for bells too - but the Church gets its maintenance on the cheap as so many of us are prepared to do it).


The key thing is to identify - through pooled experience - a firm (or individual) that will do a thorough job, do everything properly and check the moving parts that are out of ordinary reach (out of sight and out of mind) at a reasonable charge. There are firms who do little more than just turn up, sign the card and take the money!



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