Restoration

Piano restoration and rebuilding involves complete disassembly, inspection, and repair as necessary, including replacement of all worn, damaged, or deteriorated parts. This piano is then reassembled, tested, and adjusted to the same or similar tolerances as new. Complete piano rebuilding includes the entire pianos structure — including soundboard, bridges, pinblock, and strings — as well as the action, keyboard, and case refinishing. Partial rebuilding includes only one or two of these areas, for example rebuilding of the action and structure, but not case refinishing. Rebuilding restores the piano to original condition or better. Such comprehensive work is usually most practical for high-quality instruments here maximum performance and longevity are required. Our staff of Registered Technicians have 150+ years of combined experience.

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Ruggero Piano has been in business for nearly 50 years, and when you visit, you can easily understand why. It’s a family business where they know and love pianos like no other. Excellent, comprehensive selection of the best pianos at any …MoreRuggero Piano has been in business for nearly 50 years, and when you visit, you can easily understand why. It’s a family business where they know and love pianos like no other. Excellent, comprehensive selection of the best pianos at any price point, combined with attentive, friendly customer service and some of the most pleasant people imaginable. They also have a fantastic workshop where they rebuild, refurbish, and service pianos to the highest standard. I loved the shop tour and enjoyed seeing their superb craftsmanship at work. I can recommend them for sales and service highly and without reservation! Charles Ryder

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