Restoration Of Piano Casework
Restoration Of Piano Casework And Other Things
Restoration of piano casework and other aspects of pianos for sale is a job for a qualified professional. Beware of all do-it-yourself manuals and those people who claim they can do the work cheaply. If you trust anyone but a quality craftsman, you’re laying your piano open to serious harm and a poor future.
Casework restoration is one of the most important aspects of piano restoration, simply because it’s one of the most visible aspects of a piano. How much casework restoration is necessary naturally depends on the instrument involved, although it’s not uncommon for a piano to receive a fair few knocks in its lifetime. Removing all the dust and dirt from a lifetime standing in one place can be half the job. No matter how well you’ve taken care of your piano, it still accumulates grime over the years. In addition to this, your piano may require the polish stripping away and replacing with new polish once the flaws in the wood have been dealt with. Again, this all depends on the needs of your particular instrument. However, be aware that casework restoration may not be the only thing your piano needs. Just because it’s the most visible, it doesn’t mean it is the only aspect of your instrument that requires attention from professionals. If you choose a reputable restoration expert, they’ll take a good look at your piano from the inside out and advise on everything that may need repairing or replacing before your piano is in good working order once more.
Little & Lampert Pianos offer restoration of piano options along with pianos for sale, both in our shop and online. When you’re searching for piano restoration, ensure you check with us first. You can get information on our website at http://www.llpianos.co.uk/ or you can call us direct on 01923 820 470.