Why you may want to consider Piano Restoration or Repair
One of the main reasons to think about having your piano restored is that older pianos were uniquely built and have their own individual appeal and performance. The wood’s quality, for instance, is one of the main reasons an older piano may still have value. When your piano was first manufactured, its wood may have actually been aged twenty-five to fifty years… maybe even more. This aged wood is what helps give it the right sound and resonance. When compared to a new piano, the sound quality of an older one, that has been correctly restored, most often will be as good or even better. Additionally, in the past most pianos were built almost entirely by hand. The extra craftsmanship and care that went into building a piano is just another reason to think about having yours restored. You will not only be preserving its artisans’ legacy but will be reviving its historic charm not to mention bringing its unique musical quality back to life.
When considering having your piano restored or repaired please remember that our work is uncompromising in terms of quality, thoroughness and attention to detail. All of the services and work we provide are individually tailored to your requests and the specific needs of your piano. Everything we do is done with the goals of the owner and player in mind.