Customization, Craftsmanship, & Customer Service

Since 1920, customers from around the world have chosen us to restore exquisite vintage pianos and precious family heirlooms. When it comes to choosing a company to handle your piano restoration, there is a lot to consider and selecting the right one will be the most important decision you make. The chart below outlines what we believe you should consider before sending your treasured piano to the local repair outfit, the multinational corporation, or Lindeblad Piano Restoration.

HOW OUR RESTORATIONS COMPARE

Lindeblad Steinway Others
Pianos restored per year 200+ 200+ < 50
Original private family ownership (1) Yes No Some
Free Nationwide Shipping Yes No Some
Easy International Shipping Yes No Some
Restore grand pianos Yes Yes Some
Restore upright pianos Yes No Some
Custom restorations to client specifications Yes Some Some
Immediate response from a real person 24/7 Yes No Some
(1) A note about company ownership:Steinway was sold to CBS in 1972. It is currently owned by hedge fund Paulson & Co. after the Steinway board recommended sale.
Established in 1920, Lindeblad is still family owned.

TRUST & EXPERIENCE

Lindeblad Steinway Others
Over 100 Years of experience Yes Yes Some
Minimum years of experience to sign off on work 30Three people in our workshop can sign off on a piano restoration 2 N/A
Offer non-Steinway piano restorations Yes No Yes

GENUINE PARTS

Lindeblad Steinway Others
Original Steinway Factory Parts (1) Yes Yes Some
Original Manufacturer Factory Parts (2) Yes No Some
Close-grain Alaska Sitka Spruce Handmade Soundboards (1) Yes Yes Some
Diaphragmatic Soundboards (1) Yes Yes Some
Hexagrip Pinblocks (1) Yes Yes Some
Accelerated Action (1) Yes Yes Some
(1) A note about Steinway patents:Patents #1826848 (Accelerated Action, 1931), 2051633 (Diaphragmatic Soundboard, 1936), 3091149 (Hexagrip Pinblock, 1963) were invented by members of the original Steinway family. Diaphragmatic soundboards and hexagrip pinblocks have been common in most pianos since the expiration of the patents. Accelerated action was used until the 1980s by Steinway New York. Never used in the Hamburg, Germany, factory, accelerated action is no longer preferred by top pianists. Call us to discuss your restoration options.
(2) A note about non-Steinway manufacturer parts:Renner, Abel and Bolduc parts are used in other brands such as Baldwin, Knabe, Mason-Hamlin, Chickering, and more. Our craftsmen will suggest original parts for your piano or the best replacements if original parts are no longer available.

SERVICE

Lindeblad Steinway Others
Toll-free call to owner Yes No Some
Toll-free call to senior craftsmen Yes No Some
National network of piano technicians Yes Yes No

WARRANTY

Lindeblad Steinway Others
Lifetime trade-in policy Yes No No
Soundboard Warranty Yes Yes No
Comprehensive 20 / Lifetime Warranty Yes No No
(1) Details of Comprehensive 20 / Lifetime WarrantyGreater of lifetime original owner or 20 years (excluding finish)

Free Shipping

within the United States

World Wide Shipping

Easy pickup and delivery

Money Back Guarantee

Easy returns and lifetime trade

Warranties

5 year soundboard | 20 year parts

National Network

of piano technicians

We offer a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Once your piano is delivered, we give you 30 days to play it and make sure everything is exactly as you wish. If not, simply let us know, and we will pick up the piano and give you a full refund. Additionally, when you buy a restored piano from Lindeblad you can, at any time in the future, exchange that piano for another of our pianos and apply the full price you paid to the exchange.

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