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Handbell Maintenance
Maintenance is an integral part of owning handbells. You should perform small maintenance tasks periodically. Wearing gloves prevents finger prints. Have your choir "spot polish" after each use to help prevent the castings from tarnishing. Fingerprints and hand marks, will quickly etch the casting surface due to body salts and acids. We offer polish, cloths and toolkits for those minor tasks. To learn more about caring for your handbells CLICK HERE. We also offer handbell service and refurbishing to help your bells respond, sound and look brand new!

You can use our Bell Parts Selector to find parts for any bell up to 5 octaves, it's easy! First, choose a manufacturer, then select a particular bell or octave and a list of parts for the appropiate bell(s) are shown.
Have a question? Search our Bell Maintainance FAQ or Ask our Experts.

We have bell parts for you if...
  • You feel confident working on your bells.
  • Someone in your choir is confident working
    on Handbells.
  • You are sure that the repair does not require professional expertise.

Click here to check out all of our available parts!
Your bells need service if...
  • They are growing progressively harder to play.
  • They are more than 5 years-old and have never been serviced.
  • They are producing odd sounds that could be described as: squeaks, clicks, thuds or clangs.
  • Their clappers seem to stick, or not move freely.
  • Their handles and handguards are worn and difficult to read.
  • Their castings are tarnished.

Click here to schedule your handbell service now!

To find out more about Handbell Service, click HERE.
To find out more about Labor Cost, Scheduling and Shipping Charges, click HERE.

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Handbell Services provided by Jeffers Handbell Supply, Inc. are not affiliated with or endorsed by Schulmerich Carillons, LLC.