PINEBROOK, NJ - July 11, 2008 – Lindeblad Piano Restoration, a family owned and operated piano restoration business since 1920, breathes life back into vintage Steinway pianos and sells them to adoring Steinway fans at half the cost of a new Steinway grand piano.
A refurbished, vintage Steinway looks and sounds like new while still representing the superior quality and craftsmanship of the original Steinway. Vintage Steinway pianos are constructed of solid, naturally seasoned wood and many possess real ivory covered keyboards, exquisite carvings, and fancy veneers. Lindeblad Piano Restoration also uses authentic Steinway parts in the restoration.
We consider each piano an individual work of art and use only the highest quality authentic parts because we’re committed to restoring the instrument to its original specifications,” said fourth generation owner, Todd Lindeblad.
Lindeblad Piano Restoration currently has about 30 vintage Steinway pianos in stock. Some Steinways have been restored and are ready to be sold to customers wishing to buy a Steinway that has already been refurbished. Others remain in the showroom waiting to be custom-restored to fit the customer's exact specifications. Once one of these vintage Steinways has been completely restored, one would think that they were looking at a new Steinway Grand piano on our showroom floor. However, restored Steinways can cost less than half as much as brand new models, allowing consumers to save tens of thousands of dollars without sacrificing any sound quality.
Our skilled artisans invest many hours of detailed work into Steinway piano restoration to provide superior results," said Lindeblad. "Each restoration project involves several months of painstaking work, but when complete, the beautifully restored piano will look and sound like it's right off the showroom floor."
Lindeblad Piano Restoration arranges for movers to carefully transport each customer's piano to their restoration facility. It is then disassembled and re-built with all new, authentic parts adjusted to original specifications. Then the piano is refinished with a satin, semi-gloss or high-gloss sheen and returned to the customer’s home.
Lindeblad Piano Restoration’s notoriety and expertise has led to clients from as far away as Texas, Georgia, California, and Wyoming taking advantage of their restored Steinway Grand pianos. Using professional piano movers, Lindeblad’s clients have had their beautifully restored vintage Steinways delivered safely to their homes. After all, why would anyone spend $60,000 on a piano when they can pay half as much and own a Steinway that will sound and look almost like a new Steinway?
About Lindeblad Piano Restoration:
Lindeblad Piano Restoration, a family owned piano repair and restoration business based in Pinebrook, New Jersey, has been in business since 1920. Now in its fourth generation of ownership, Lindeblad restores vintage pianos to mint condition for customers across the United States and Canada. The company restores all the top names like Steinway, Mason Hamlin, Baldwin, Knabe, Chickering and Sohmer. For more information visit: www.lindebladpiano.com or call toll free 1-888-587-4266.