Timely Antiques is owned and operated by Philip Coggon. Philip has over 30 years experience in repairing, restoring, rebuilding and servicing antique clocks of most types.
If you need a clock repaired call Philip at 970 224 2576. He is available seven days a week by appointment only. Turn around will generally be 2 to 4 weeks. All estimates are free. A clock that stops running most likely needs oiling. Philip is based in his home in Fort Collins, south of Harmony, east of Lemay,
Clock Repair Fees
- From $60 for typical mantle and wall clocks: cleaning/oiling and tune up.
- From $80 for Pre-1990 Cuckoo Clocks. I do not work on more modern ones.
- From $80 for Anniversary or 400-day Clocks
- All estimates are “plus parts”.
- There is no charge if the clock is returned to you as non-repairable
Grandfather Clock Repair Fees My fees for visits within 12 miles are:
- From $150 for Clocks with a service record.
- From $200 for clocks which have no service record. The clock mechanisms will require extra work at the shop, so a second visit is needed.
Please contact Philip if you wish to have a clock serviced or are interested in purchasing one of his restored clocks.
Phone 970 224 2576 or call/text 970 217 0605.
Things said about Philip by satisfied customers:
“Philip has an intimate knowledge of many antique clocks, including my Pennsylvania Grandfather’s clock built in 1790. One day it stopped working. After a careful examination, the movement was refurbished and restored to good working order. He clearly has a passion for older clocks and obviously enjoys repairing them.” Steve G. – August 2016
“Philip, thank you so much for your excellent repair of our clock. My husband, Steve, is so happy to have the clock running again and he loves hearing the same ticking sound that his grandparents did.” Sandy B. – October 2015
“Phillip has repaired two antique clocks for me. I could tell that my clocks would be in good hands when I saw how carefully he took the first clock from my car to his work bench. That’s why, later, I entrusted a two-hundred-year-old “banjo” clock to his repair. That, and the fact that the first clock kept perfect time. So, now, does the second.” Jeff W. – June 2015
“I have a very big cuckoo clock that my grandfather purchased in Germany prior to World War I. It had been sitting in a box for a number of years and had endured shipping across the country. The clock was in much need of repair, including the case which was in pieces. Philip brought the clock back to life and repaired the case beautifully. He is a craftsman who obviously takes much pride in his work. Having the cuckoo clock in my study has rekindled many fond memories I have of listening to the hourly cuckoo as a child. When friends see my clock and tell me they have antique clocks needing repair, I unhesitatingly refer them to Philip.” Tom K. – September 2016