Professional Piano Restoration Turns Your Ugly Piano Into A Beautiful Masterpiece!
Imagine what piano restoration can do for you! Don't throw away your old piano, restore it! Ye Olde Piano Shop of Cedarburg WI can restore your grand, baby grand, or upright piano.
An old piano is like an old friend. You have fond memories, but the old piano isn't what it used to be. Parts maybe fragile or broken. The veneer is peeling, cracked or missing all together. The finish is dull.
The soundboard is often cracked and needs to be repaired and maybe replaced. The felts on the hammers may be missing. The strings are rusty and the pins corroded. The ivory keys maybe missing and need replacement.
Perhaps your keys are sticking. When there are a host of things wrong with your piano, it is time to completely restore your piano.
Old pianos were built better than new modern high production factory built pianos. Often they had more decorative cabinetry than contemporary styles today. The wood used, was of higher quality.
Benefits Of Piano Restoration
When you have your piano restored, you can expect a return to the piano's original sound and beauty. This is because many of the critical parts that make up the tonal system have been repaired or replaced.
Restoring your piano is an investment. Your restored piano, or re-manufactured piano, will be worth more than its unrestored condition.
And of course you will have many more years of enjoyment, playing music on your old friend. A restored piano can be passed down to the next generation as a family heirloom that will be appreciated for many years to come.
What Is Involved
Restoring your piano is a delicate and time consuming project. Only a certified piano technician should be trusted with the restoration of your piano.
Restoring your piano often entails some or all of the following:
- Inspecting the piano throughly.
- Replacing and re-stringing all the strings.
- Replacing all the tuning pins.
- Repairing or replacing the soundboard.
- Repairing or replacing the ivory keytops.
- Rebuilding the action.
- Replacing the tuning block.
- Polishing or replacing the brass.
- Repairing or replacing the keyboard.
- Retuning the piano.
- Replacing the hammer shanks and flanges.
- Replacing the whippens.
- Replacing the damper heads.
- Replacing the damper lift rod.
- Replacing the hammer rail cloth.
- Refinishing the cabinet.
Your piano restoration is not complete unless everything that needs repair is either repaired or replaced.
Don't wait, call me today at 262-377-6901 to make an appointment to discuss your piano's restoration.
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