Piano Restoration Evaluations

Our first step to restore your piano is an evaluation of the piano's needs and of course your expectation.  We will go through each and every inch of your piano to determine the best course of action for your restoration.  Additionally, we will listen to you to fully understand your expectations for your piano restoration.

Restoration VS Reconditioning

There is a difference between restoration and reconditioning. This can only be determined through measurement of the bearing of your sound board / pin block / examination of Keyboard/dampers and action parts.


Restoration VS Reconditioning Cont.

Replacement of all parts is considered "Restoration" or remanufacturer using quality, original factory parts. Reconditioning a Piano refers to restoring original parts and NOT replacing, except when a part is not serviceable (worn or compromised).

Piano Case Restoration

Restoration of the case refers to stripping the wood and repairing of damaged Veneers and re-coating a piano with a desired Lacquer or Polyester finish.

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Piano Case Polishing Options

Reconditioning a case refers to " French Polishing " the original finish. There are budget to high polish options for every budget.

Competitive Pricing without Compromising Quality

We are very competitive in our pricing, without compromising our quality. Our restorations take about 3 months. We handle all moving and deliveries to your home. Pictures and communication of our progress are part of our service.

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Do you have a piano that needs a restoration?

Call us today.  We are piano restoration experts and have been restoring the finest pianos since 1978.  No job too big or small.  Call our experts today.