Piano Restoration

North Carolina’s Premier Piano Restoration Service Provider Since 1958. Piano restoration involves complete disassembly, inspection, and repair as necessary, including replacement of all damaged, worn, or deteriorated parts. The piano is then reassembled, tested, and adjusted to the same or similar tolerances as new. Complete piano rebuilding includes the repair or replacement of the soundboard, bridges, pinblock, strings, action parts, keyboard, and case refinishing. Partial rebuilding includes one or two of of these areas, for example rebuilding the action and structure, but not refinishing. Complete rebuilding restores the piano to its original condition or better. Such comprehensive work is most practical for higher quality instruments where maximum performance and longevity are required. Our staff of Registered Piano Technicians have 150+ years of combined experience!

*Subject to credit approval. Monthly payments of $55.56 per $1,000 borrowed for 18 months at 0% APR. On purchases of new and in-stock qualifying Yamaha pianos from April 1, 2024, to June 3, 2024.

*Subject to credit approval. Monthly payments of $55.56 per $1,000 borrowed for 18 months at 0% APR. On purchases of new and in-stock qualifying Yamaha pianos from April 1, 2024, to June 3, 2024.

Customer Reviews

Great personal service from knowledgeable people. They love pianos as much as we do! We are so lucky to have Ruggero Piano in our area. I bought a 2010 Schimmel piano as an upgrade from my 1986 Japanese knockoff. It was like going from a Kia to a Mercedes. Best purchase I ever made. I play it every day. Even the neighbors like it! - Myra Roche

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