Piano restoration is an arduous and costly procedure.

While Doctor Piano is certainly willing to consider total rebuilding (restoration) of the client’s present piano, we seldom recommend it unless there is a consensus that the end result will justify the expense.

Two factors that can, in fact, justify the expense are:

  • The piano in question has a replacement cost of $50,000 or more,
  • The instrument is a treasured family heirloom.

If the decision is to proceed with restoration, Doctor Piano has highly skilled craftsmen with over thirty-three years of experience, and a state of the art facility to truly give your piano a new lease on life.

Reconditioning, on the other hand, is a different matter: often a viable and affordable alternative to replacing or fully restoring your piano.

Doctor Piano can offer a thorough evaluation. Make an informed choice, whether it be restoration, replacement, or reconditioning.

Trust us: We are piano experts.

Please contact us to inquire.