I have been servicing pianos for nearly 40 years and am able to offer a full line of rebuilding and restoration services. I have rebuilt or restored hundreds of pianos. From action rebuilding to bellywork, I have done it all, and at some important venues. I am happy to bring this level of expertise to my work on your piano.
Rebuilding or restoration can make your old piano play and sound like a new one, and on high-quality instruments like Steinway or Mason & Hamlin, this can often be done at a fraction of the cost of a new, similar piano. Our shop services include action rebuilding, restringing, pinblock replacement, and soundboard repair or replacement.
If you are thinking about having your old piano restored, I encourage you to arrange a visit to my workshop, where you can see pianos in the process of being rebuilt. In addition, I can provide a list of clients whose pianos I have recently rebuilt, and you can visit them to see and hear the results!
Some Pianos I Have Rebuilt or Restored in Important Venues:
Meany Hall, Seattle, Washington (3 Steinway D’s, Bösendorfer Imperial (9’6”) 1985, 1986, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2002
Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Olympia, Washington (Steinway D) 1992
The Governor’s Mansion, Olympia, Washington (2 Steinway B’s) 1990, 2006
LaSells Stewart Center, Corvallis, Oregon (9-foot Bösendorfer) 1997
Lopez Community Center, Lopez Island (Steinway O) 2007
Cornish School For the Arts PONCHO Concert Hall (Steinway B) 2010