Our advice is to certainly consider restoring an older instrument provided it is one of the worlds recognised high-quality brands. The main reason for this is that pianos such as Steinway, Bechstein, Bluthner and Bosendorfer are considerably more valuable following our restoration programme than the actual cost of having the instrument rebuilt.
Many older pianos remain treasured ‘heirlooms’ of great sentimental worth, which is far beyond monetary value. Coach House technicians fully understand this and provide a sympathetic restoration programme in order for ‘the family piano’ to be preserved for future generations to love and enjoy also.
Our specialists carry out a wide range of restorations, from valuable historical instruments, to antique and period pianos. Before the rebuilding process starts, we undertake a rigorous inspection of your instrument. This helps our craftsmen to outline the steps needed to return your piano to optimum condition.
We also take professional ‘before and after’ pictures of your priceless family heirloom, before work begins, and provide a complimentary loan piano, similar to your current model, for the duration of the restoration.
Professional musicians, concert venues, music academies, schools, colleges and customers, from as far as Sydney and Hong Kong, can all testify to the uncompromising standards achieved by our workshop team.
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