Cost Of Piano Restoration
Cost Of Piano Restoration When Replacing Action Parts And Keys
Cost of piano restoration massively varies from one piano to the next. It all depends on the overall condition of the piano and what type of work it requires during the restoration. For example, it may need structural work or casework or, alternatively, the bulk of the damage may be to the action parts and keys.
Piano restoration requires knowledgeable craftsmen to undertake it. This is true whether your piano needs huge amounts of restoration work and numerous repairs or whether it just requires freshening up a bit. If your piano is going to be too costly to restore, a competent professional will explain that from the beginning and advise you on your options. At the end of the day, this is your piano and if you still wish to have it restored despite prohibitive costs, that’s your choice. Restoring the internal mechanism of pianos can either be a simple job or a longer one depending on the amount of work involved. Sometimes work only takes a day and can be completed in your home. Alternatively, the piano may need to be removed to a workshop. When the restoration of your piano has been completed, remember to take on board all the advice you may have been given about protecting your piano in the future. One of the most important pieces of advice for older pianos is that they are susceptible to damp from modern living issues such as central heating and double-glazing. Installing humidifiers can prolong the life of your restored piano for you.
If you’re wondering about the cost of piano restoration or searching for pianos for sale, contact Little & Lampert Pianos. We have years of experience in piano restoration and we will always offer honest advice about your piano. Call now for information on 01923 820 470 or visit our site at http://www.llpianos.co.uk/.