happen to your piano over as years pass
The piano is
made of very fine diverse
materials. Such as
selected and exotic woods, felt, leather, ivory, plastic, steel,
cast iron, copper, brass etc. With time all of these components age
and change. The
for each piano may vary widely. In general, the older the piano,
the more work can be expected in its repair.
can be eaten by moths, worn or become compressed from use. Iron can
rust, wood joints can separate, become cracked or suffer other forms
of damage. Strings
lose their elasticity and tone.
can become loose and
not support the tuning pins making the piano untuneable.
damage can include cracking,
separation from the bridges, ribs and rim, loosing its crown. The
can change its geometry and functionality.
could be loosed, worn, missing or
broken and become out of regulation. Especially affected are:
can become separated or missing,
paint will burn from sunlight, and become faded or peeled.
A piano may
require anyone out of a potential 450 different
A piano is assembled from over 5000 parts. Most of the individual
parts are located in the action which requires more than 20
and adjustments on
each key and about 10 other for the rest of the piano.
news is that as experienced factory trained piano rebuilders we have
for any of your piano problems. All the way, from the smallest of
repairs and tuning, to the
of your instrument. Our goal is to preserve this wonderful
instrument for your future playing pleasure and for your next
has restored hundreds of pianos including all of the fine brand
names, grands and uprights. Including but not limited to: Steinway
& Sons, Mason & Hamlin, Baldwin, Bechtstein, Bosendorfer, Seiler,
Schimel, Grotrian Steinweg in our 25+ years of professional service
experience. We regularly service not only professional musicians
and musical institutions, but also piano hobbyists, and even clients
that do not play themselves but may have a deep personal
appreciation for the piano. Lets bring your piano back to life so
that it will play well, sound great, look smart and be complete in
the tiniest of detail.