restoration_iconPianos that have lost their original beautiful tone and finish can be brought back to life, sounding and looking much finer than when they were first constructed.
With the superb quality of the older cabinetry combined with the quality of felts, strings, and leathers that are available today, the results achievable can result in a fine instrument.
If the piano is in need of restoration, this can be done after determining:


  The age and availability of parts.
  The cost vs. quality of the piano.
  The client’s needs, including sentimental value.

Major restoration work can take anywhere between 4-12 months depending on the extent of the work and availability of spares. This could include stripping the piano completely and working from the soundboard, frame, pinblock, cabinet and finally the action.