Trust your piano restoration to Lindeblad. For nearly 100 years we have provided exceptionally skilled piano restoration services to thousands of customers. Today, our customers include music lovers who entrust us with their precious family heirlooms, Grammy-winning musicians who rely on us to rejuvenate their priceless instruments, and the world’s finest music halls requiring their pianos meet exacting standards.
No matter who you are, our grand and upright piano restoration services will exceed your expectations!
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Find out how we can help you preserve your cherished family heirloom or breathe new life into a grand or upright piano that has fallen into disrepair. Our piano experts are available for telephone, email, or online consultations about your piano restoration project. We will help you determine if restoring the piano is a viable option, and if so, help you tailor the restoration project to best meet your needs.
After you have decided on some of the details of your restoration, your piano expert will provide a free comprehensive written estimate for the project. This will prescribe details of the customized restoration, outline an expected timeline for the project, and provide an estimated cost range.
Your piano expert will coordinate the pickup of your piano by a member of our worldwide network of trained piano movers. Our movers are fully insured, highly experienced, and equipped with the specialized tools necessary to transport your piano to our restoration studio with the care it deserves.
Once at our restoration studio, your grand or upright piano will be carefully inspected and photographed by our restoration team. They will confirm that the prescribed restoration is accurate and provide you with a final proposal. Simply pay one-third of the project cost, and our craftsmen will begin their meticulous work.
New components are sourced from the best manufacturers in the world. Like Steinway, we use only Gold Series piano wire made by Mapes International from the finest Swedish steel and Diamond brand tuning pins made by Julius Klinke, the oldest piano component manufacturer in Germany. Also like Steinway, we use either a Renner or Steinway action depending on the piano and your personal preferences. For new pin blocks we use either Bolduc or Steinway, depending on whether you would prefer to duplicate the original pin block or utilize Steinway’s modern design.
For custom made components like the soundboard, our craftsman utilizes techniques developed over 14 years of apprenticeship under Steinway’s best soundboard man, Sam Camilleri. We select the finest close-grain Alaskan Sitka Spruce from the same specialty wood supplier used by Steinway and hand taper each board from the crown to the rim, creating the perfect diaphragmatic design for each unique piano.
Finally, if we are restoring your piano’s finish we will remove all previous finish and stain to expose the natural wood beneath. We can then custom stain the wood to match your preferences and apply a satin, semi-gloss, or high-gloss finish.
As much care and attention to detail that went into the restoration goes into the final delivery of a piano as well. Whether across town in a truck, or overseas in the belly of a jet, our trained piano movers utilize the most advanced materials and techniques available to ensure the safe delivery of your grand or upright piano...anywhere in the world.
Watch this piano's extraordinary journey to Singapore.
The restoration is not complete until your piano is set up and ready to be played. No matter how short and smooth the journey, we know that subtle adjustments are going to be necessary once the piano reaches its final destination. That is why we send a local registered piano technician to fine-tune and complete a detailed inspection of every piano we deliver.
By this point, we expect you will have a close personal relationship with your Lindeblad piano expert. We ask that you spend a few days with your newly restored piano. If you have any questions or concerns about the restoration, we will be eager to address them. We are not satisfied until you are satisfied.
Beyond that, your restored piano has a 5 year warranty on the soundboard and a 20 year warranty on all other parts and labor. We encourage you to call us if we can be of any assistance throughout the life of your piano.
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.