When Are Repairs Needed?
When you can see, feel or hear something wrong with your piano, it is likely in need of repair. Bringing a piano technician in to tune and assess your instrument will solve any mechanical or aural issues. Many parts are liable to wear and tear due to their wood, metal, felt, plastic or composite construction materials. Broken strings need replacing. Abused cabinetry needs detailing. Dampers stop dampening the strings. Hammers split. In essence, all components can degrade with regular use. Upholding their integrity is crucial to maintaining a piano’s health. What’s more, dust, dirt, debris and grime need to be kept out of the piano.
What Do Repairs Cost?
We offer consultation and options for repair on many levels. Parts are specially crafted to restore a piano’s health. Due to the vast range of services this area entails, a quote will be issued once the piano is assessed. In most cases, repairs can be flexible. However, we never compromise on the quality of service or its longevity. Our mandate is to keep your instrument sounding its absolute best for as long as possible.