Your family heirloom has given all it can. The strings are dead, the soundboard has cracks, the action is worn-out, and the finish has seen better days.
It's time to breath fresh life into your piano and to restore it like-new or often even better-than-new condition.
Your piano's case will be completely disassembled and refinished. The cast iron plate will be removed, soundboard cracks repaired, bridges recapped, and the soundboard will be refinished.
The action will be rebuilt with new hammers and all moving parts will be refurbished or replaced. Your beloved piano will be returned to you feeling and looking like it did when your grandparents bought it in the early 1900's, ready to give another century of use to future generations.
We are very meticulous and rebuilds take months to complete. Cost varies, but generally runs from about $16,000 - $24,000.
Taking apart the case on a 120 year old Lindeman & Sons upright.
This piano came to us in rough shape, having spent time in several climates including Brazil, China, and Florida.