Repair or Restoration
Your piano is a marvelously made device, having up to 1,500 moving parts. It is designed to be played. But like it's players (us humans!), it will experience some wear and tear, with use over time.
Some parts may need a little mending: piano strings break, felt wears out, the exterior finish may need a "make over", or some of the wooden parts may weaken or crack. Or occasionally, a part will become misaligned or break, causing a key to malfunction for example. Let's not forget that coin or pencil that your 6 year old accidentally dropped inside of your piano!
But, NO WORRIES. Most of the time, common piano repairs have quick and simple solutions.
Request Your Free Quote Today!
PIANO REPAIR IS IMPORTANT
The best way to maintain your piano is to keep it on a regular tuning schedule. This alone, will help prevent many common repairs caused by simple neglect.
Regular service, combined with periodic action regulation, can make up for minor wear and tear. However, with heavy or extended use, this can eventually cause deterioration. And if you have wide seasonal humidity changes, like we have here in North Texas . . . well, Dorothy said it best in The Wizard of Oz - "Lions and tigers and bears! Oh my!"
COMMON PIANO REPAIRS
Our piano tuners/technicians at Carrollton Piano Tuner are experts, so most repairs can be done quickly and easily.
There are different types of repairs - minor repairs and major repairs. Minor repairs would include things like tightening bench bolts, removing foreign objects, single key adjustment, or pedal adjustment. Major repairs would be things like a broken string, sticking key, squeaky pedal, or broken hammer.
Your piano is a part of your family- in many cases, a family heirloom, and is historically valuable to you. But it may now be in poor condition.
Rebuilding or restoring your instrument might be desired over purchasing a new piano But the decision to restore or rebuild is not always an easy one. Every situation is unique as some pianos may have deteriorated to the point that they need to be completely rebuilt. However, your piano may just need a little loving care in order to restore it to its original condition.
No matter what, both types of situations need special attention in order to preserve your piano's historical integrity. Carrollton Piano Tuner is promises to give you the information you need to make an informed and intelligent decision. We can provide you with an estimate for every situation - from simple repairs to complete restoration.