Welcome! We Repair and Sell Clocks
Blackstone Manor Clock Repair is consistently rated the best clock repair shop in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Located in downtown Hopkins, Minnesota, we can be conveniently reached from anywhere in the metropolitan area. As part of the Mainstreet Business District in Hopkins, there’s great access with free on-street parking directly in front of our store. Hopkins has antique stores, coffee shops, eating establishments, and a great small town friendly attitude in a clean and beautiful setting. See Map
Blackstone Manor Clock Repair consistently provides high quality service at a fair price. Some clock repair businesses have restricted what they will do under warranty, but we continue to put our customers first with a friendly “old fashioned” warranty policy that will make you glad you came to us. And we believe that a good referral from a happy customer is the best form of advertising. We are consistently rated at the top for service and take pride in the many positive comments written about us on websites that do consumer reviews of local businesses. We have earned the coveted Angies List Super Service Award every year for several years.
Stop by our shop or call us at 952-920-1300 for a repair estimate. If you cannot bring your clock to us, we will do housecalls. In addition, we welcome clocks for repair by mail from locations in the United States and other countries. We invite you to call, email, “like” us on Facebook, or click here for more information about our clock repair services.
We also sell previously owned grandfather, wall, mantel, and other specialty clocks– check with us to learn what we currently have in our inventory.
To learn more about Blackstone Manor Clock Repair, you may find these videos, brought here from various online sources, both fun and informative! Videos
Read what Deluxe Corporation wrote about us in their small business blog!
Blackstone Manor Clock Repair has a historical connection to the Kuempel Chime Clock Works of Minnetonka, Minnesota, which ceased doing business in 2008. To read the whole story, click here.