You may have a piano that you love and has been in your family for many years, but is showing it's age in a big way. The strings are dead and tubby sounding, and the pinblock will no longer hold tune. Maybe the keys are broken and unsightly. You could buy a new piano, but for a considerably lower cost, you could have your piano rebuilt to near new condition. Now it not only plays and looks great, but you have preserved and given new life to a family heirloom that with proper care can be passed down through generations.
If you think this might be an option for you, please feel free to cantact me anytime to make an appointment to examine your piano. I will provide you with an estimate of what work needs to be done, the costs involved and a time frame for completion at no cost or obligation.
Below are some random pics from my many rebuilding adventures.
Article about my business that appeared in the Indianola Record Herold newspaper on January 13, 2016