Reconditioning

Over time, the performance of a piano is no longer as good as it was when the instrument was new. Performance can be improved in a number of ways. Badly worn parts can be replaced, serviceable parts can be cleaned and used again, and adjustments can be made to bring performance to a much higher level.

Reconditioning ¬†improves a piano’s performance, keeping in mind both costs and benefits.

A sluggish, poorly responding action, worn hammers with deep groves, and sticking keys may be signs that the action needs reconditioning.

Price: Accurate estimates can only be made after looking the piano to determine the exact nature of the service required to return the piano to useable condition.