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Piano Rebuilding with Finesse in the Greater Atlanta Area

Pianos are complex musical instruments that require experienced artisans who are knowledgeable about how all their intricate parts come together to restore or rebuild them to exacting standards. Piano Day provides superior piano restoration services in the Atlanta and Stockbridge area to preserve your piano’s rich sound for many years to come. Whether your piano needs a complete restoration, or it could benefit from a simple touch-up, you can rest assured that we have the right amount of finesse and training to oversee the task at hand. We rebuild and restore pianos to their original condition.

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What’s Typically Involved in a Piano Restoration or Rebuild?

No matter how well you take care of it, a piano has thousands of working parts that may see some wear-and-tear and deterioration. Strings may break, wooden soundboards may crack, or your piano’s finish may lose some of its luster over the years. Piano restoration and rebuilding usually involves careful inspection, disassembly, and repair work to replace those worn or damaged parts. Sometimes a piano may not need a complete restoration. Partial piano rebuilding may be necessary to replace its wood, hinges, soundboard, strings, pedals, rims, or keyboard. People usually need a complete piano rebuild or restoration once regular tuning or minor repairs no longer produce satisfactory results.

 Preparing for a Piano Restoration: How Long Can It Take?

A piano restoration can take anywhere from a few months up to a year or more depending on our piano restoration waitlist and how much restoration work is involved. No matter the type or age of your piano, we always restore them with their original condition in mind. Sometimes this requires painstaking historical research or tracking down replacement parts that may be difficult to find. Once the piano has been restored and reassembled, it may also require testing and additional adjustments to ensure everything’s as good as new. All of these factors influence how long your piano restoration project may take us. However, we always strive to provide exceptional customer service and timely restorations.

A Few Tips to Ensure a Successful Piano Restoration

Many of our customers are curious about how to determine if their piano is worth the investment in piano restoration. Here are a few general guidelines to ensure a successful piano restoration:

  • How Old Is Your Piano? – Let’s face it. Many things assembled before the U.S. Great Depression were of better quality than some of the things built after that. Pianos are no exception. Many conglomerates came to power after the Depression and were tasked with building household goods more cheaply to make them ready for mass consumption. If your piano was built before the 1930s, it’s usually worth restoring. However, that’s not to say that anything made past the 1940s is worthless! We’ve seen many quality models constructed within the past 50 years or so that are worth restoring and preserving. It’s always best to let a piano expert take a look at your piano when determining its potential restoration value.
  • How Severe Are Your Piano’s Damages? – If your piano has been through a traumatic event, such as a fire or a flood, it may be damaged to the point of no return. While it can be genuinely heartbreaking to cut your losses and buy a new piano (especially if it’s been in your family for several generations), sometimes it doesn’t make financial sense to restore it. If the costs of restoring your piano exceed the costs of a suitable replacement, you may want to weigh your options carefully before making a decision.
  • Hidden Objects Could Be Affecting Your Piano’s Performance – Historically, pianos have made an excellent place for people to hide their valuables. Over the years, we’ve found all kinds of objects inside pianos while restoring them, ranging from antique coins to jewelry and important documents. Sometimes having these objects hidden away inside your piano can affect its performance. It never hurts to inspect your piano before deciding if it needs to be restored. You may be surprised by all the secrets being kept inside your piano!

Your Piano’s in Good Hands with Our Piano Restoration Experts

Our master piano restoration specialists at Atlanta’s Piano Day have a deep appreciation and respect for the exquisite works of art that pianos represent. When you call upon us for our piano rebuilding or restoration services in the Atlanta or Stockbridge area, you’re in skilled hands that have restored or rebuilt many pianos over the years. Whether you own an upright, grand, or baby grand piano, we appreciate all the fine nuances pianos have to offer in their varying frameworks and soundboards. Please contact us today to request more details or an appointment. Piano restoration helps breathe new life into your piano, so your precious family heirloom may continue to be passed down from generation to generation!

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