Piano Repair & Reconditioning at John Peters Piano Service
With possibly up to 14,000 parts in a piano made of wood and felt, wear and tear is bound to happen over time. Piano reconditioning and regulation includes cleaning, adjustments, and repair.
A gradual decline in your piano's ability to produce quality music is an indication that service beyond simple repairs may be needed. Harsh tone is frequently the result of worn hammers that can either be reshaped or replaced. Wobbly keys and excessive noise is often the result of worn bushings that can be easily replaced to restore your piano to performance standards. Worn or corroded bass strings result in a lack of resonance that can be remedied by cleaning or replacement.
Call John Peters Piano Service today if you want more information about the repair and reconditioning services we offer.