Piano Refinishing to Preserve Atlanta-Area Works of Art
Has your piano’s finish lost some of its luster over the years? Piano Day provides skilled piano refinishing services for our Atlanta and Stockbridge-area customers to help them make their pianos look as good as new again. Although many of today’s consumers often dispose of things that have begun to deteriorate, pianos are one of the few exceptions. Just because your baby grand piano was constructed over 100 years ago, it doesn’t mean you can’t refinish and restore it back to its original condition. Whether your piano requires a complete refinish or a simple touch-up, we’d be more than happy to take a look at it!
What to Expect from Our Piano Refinishing Process
Depending upon your piano’s age and condition, a full piano refinish can take up to four months. We use many types of finishes to restore its luster, including high-gloss, satin, and lacquered finishes. When it comes to matching your piano’s period coloring or faux graining, we always strive to do our best. The first step of the piano refinishing process involves removing its old finish and any chemical residue that may have built up over the years. Then we’ll evaluate your piano for any damages to its veneer, and if necessary, we’ll make any repairs. Next, we’ll begin sanding down your piano’s parts to get them ready for staining and priming. Finally, we’ll begin spraying and sanding your piano in-between coats to even out its color. A finish may need multiple coats before it passes our thorough final inspection.
Request a Piano Refinishing Estimate from Piano Day
It probably goes without saying that piano refinishing is best left in the hands of experts with the right skills and training to complete such an undertaking. If you think your piano could benefit from our adept piano refinishing services in the Atlanta or Stockbridge area, please don’t hesitate to contact Piano Day to schedule an in-home consultation. We would cherish the opportunity to help you breathe some new life into your fine musical instrument, so that it may be enjoyed for many years to come!