Welcome to The Lamp Repair Shop! Since 1986, I have been repairing and recycling lamps, as well as restoring antique lighting for homeowners and professionals alike. With expert service on everything from a basic re-wiring to complex repairs, you will get the best quality workmanship north of the south pole and south of the north pole!
Feel free to take a look around this site. There is plenty of information here about my shop and studio that shows I am pretty serious about lights. And also feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about lamp repairs. I look forward to hearing from you!
Below are some links to other pages you might find interesting. Simply place you cursor over the pictures and click. All of the pages are contained within this site unless otherwise noted.
The repair shop and store are open Tues. - Fri.
8:30 until 5:15.
The shop phone is
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This link will take you to Salvage Maine's website. An interesting look into 'up-cycling' and 're-purposing'.
I enjoy taking snapshots of my morning and evening commute along the Eastern Trail. I hope you enjoy them as well.
A few words about CFL bulbs.
This is not a link, but it's one of my favorite lamps I have created. It is made from a cast bronze steam valve salvaged from a sunken side-wheeler off the coast of Port Clyde. The lamp stands over two feet high and weighs a hefty 20 pounds. I used an old, violet colored lens from an antique lantern for the top. There is a round, cobalt blue window in the cupola. There is also a light behind the window on the lower body.
Vintage lamp parts for sale: (These are antique lamp sockets, switches and other lamp parts that have been salvaged either from lamps that could no longer be restored or found in flea markets. These period lamp parts are in guaranteed working condition when sold, but The Lamp Repair Shop in no way guarantees the part's longevity nor accepts any responsibility for any damage or injury caused by the installation of period, antique, or vintage lamp parts.) Sorry, I'm told I have to put that there.
This link takes you to my Custom Lights page for a few examples of lamps designed and built from salvaged and new materials. when you visit the shop, you will always find it brimming with unique, high quality lighting created right here.
This link takes you to a page that shows the evolution of a one-of-a-kind lamp from its conception to completion.