New Bronze Bells & Towers

Classic bronze bells make ideal memorials and are one of America’s most celebrated traditions. At Church Specialties you will find the highest quality cast bronze bells that will endure for centuries. Whether you seek the finest musical sound quality or the beauty of finely crafted ornamented bells, our relationships with America’s best bell foundaries enable us to design and install the right size and style of bells for your church, university, library, town hall, school, courthouse or military installation.

New Church Bells

Church Bell Restoration

Since 1919, Church Specialties has meticulously performed thousands of church bell restorations throughout New England and Northeastern U.S. from Maine to Massachusetts and Pittsburgh to Virginia,while documenting and preserving the rich history of church bells, cathedral bells, and peals. State-of-the-art technology enables us restore the voice of bells quickly and economically with electronic bell ringing equipment, minimizing the need for costly tower restorations and lengthy fundraising.

Bell Restoration Services

Electronic Carillons

Conversion to electronic carillons is a fast and desirable way to restore the majestic sounds of church bells without undergoing major bell tower renovations or restorations. Many convenient features make electronic carillons excellent alternatives to restoring church bell sounds, chimes, tolls and religious music, all from the convenience of the office instead of the tower. Our sound library includes hundreds of hymns which can be selected to meet to your specific needs.

Electronic Carillons
All our congregation is enjoying hearing our new carillon chime the hour, play hymns at noon and six o’clock and call one and all to the church on Sunday morning. But the icing on the cake cane when the concierge of the Equinox Hotel across the street called to tell us how much the employees and guests were enjoying listening to it. Thank you for your excellent service and guidance in the selection and purchase of the carillon. — Rev. Richard Ringewald – First Congregational Church, Manchester, VT