Have you considered having your piano fully or partly restored?

Restoration offers the best of all worlds in many ways. A piano which may have been in your family for generations, has a beautiful case or tone to which you are sentimentally attached can be often be restored for less than the cost of a new piano.

The advantages of restoration are that the rich tone of a mature piano built from traditionally seasoned timbers often a century or more ago cannot be reproduced in a modern instrument. The combination of this depth of tone with a restored and correctly adjusted playing action is inspiring.

The areas of restoration I cover are:

Soundboard repairs and restringing
New hammers
Ivory bleaching or replacement
Chipped key repair
Full regulation
Full toning
Complete playing action overhaul including new springs, felts and leathers.

For casework re-finishing I recommend

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