New clock repair service gains momentum advertorial

2015-07-29 06:00
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Terrance Butler, owner of Toti’s unique new clock repair service - Time Square.

Photo: tania sandberg Terrance Butler, owner of Toti’s unique new clock repair service - Time Square.

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TIME Square is Toti’s unique new clock repair service. Owner Terrance Butler has 25 years’ experience in the industry, having completed his apprenticeship with his uncle, a master Swiss watch maker, many years ago.

The company, which opened its doors in May, is conveniently situated in Barker House, Strapp Lane inside the Momentum Life offices.

Terrance prides himself in being able to repair and service any clock or watch that enters his specialised workshop. He believes in value-added service and is prepared to go to homes to collect clocks for repair. “Sometimes you need only take part of the clock for repairs,” he explained. He said that clocks are often damaged when people move house.

Time Square is fast gaining clientele through word-of- mouth referrals, with many customers returning with more items to repair or service.

Terrance said that contrary to popular belief, the servicing cost for a clock is minimal, compared to the added value one can expect.

For further information contact Terrance at 081 016 2240

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