Piano Restoration Parts
Piano Restoration Parts - What May Be Replaced?
Piano restoration parts depend on the specific instrument involved. If your piano is old, for instance, it may require more work than a newer model. However, there are common aspects that piano restorers look at when first assessing whether a partial or full restoration is economically viable for any given piano.
Keys are one of the first things we notice about a piano and it’s quite easy to tell when one of them isn’t working properly. Similarly, if there are problems with the exterior of your piano, such as issues with the casters or the casing, it’s usually easier to notice them. However, when there are internal issues with your piano, you’ll be reliant on the expert knowledge of your piano restoration professional. Choosing a reputable piano restorer will ensure that the advice you’re given is not only the best possible for your specific piano, but it will also ensure that you won’t be charged for unnecessary restoration. There are so many working parts within a piano, whether it’s an upright or a grand, and so it’s easy to be baffled by the language involved. This can lead unscrupulous piano restorers to take advantage of unsuspecting customers. For instance, your piano may require new strings, felt, turning pins, springs or a new soundboard, but it may not. Don’t trust the word of just anyone when it comes to restoring your old piano. It’s something you don’t want to have to do several times, so trust a reputable restoration company in the first instance.
Little & Lampert Pianos pride ourselves on our piano restoration services, as well as our pianos for sale to the public. If you have queries about piano restoration parts or types of refurbishment, contact us for advice. You can call us on 01923 820 470 or visit our website at http://www.llpianos.co.uk/.