Repair

Like all mechanical objects, even the best-built pianos will eventually need maintenance and repairs. The best maintenance is to have your piano tuned regularly and to play it often, since these instruments clearly prefer steady use over neglect.

At times, however, more may be needed to keep your piano in prime form. This may include such things as minor adjustments in the action, unjamming sticky keys, removing loose objects which may have fallen into the works, full regulation of the action Рreturning it to original factory specifications Рor even complete interior restoration and/or exterior refinishing.

It is important not to neglect minor problems as they arise with your piano, since they can lead to more serious and expensive repairs down the road. Keeping your instrument at its best will also make playing the piano more enjoyable for you. For those who are learning to play the piano, this will make their learning experience a positive one, and will help to prevent them from learning bad habits in form or fingering as they attempt to compensate for a piano with mechanical issues.

Our skilled technicians can make all of these adjustments for you. Our customers are often surprised at just how much better their piano sounds and feels when such repairs are carried out.

This one might be overdue for a technician's visit.

“It is important not to neglect minor problems as they arise with your piano, since they can lead to more serious and expensive repairs down the road.” This one might have been let go a bit too long.

 

 

 

 

 

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