Barb Hall, Certified Piano Technician


Coming Soon!Occasionally, a piano is suffering from more serious problems that an in-home repair appointment cannot rectify. For example, the strings may be old or rusty, and the tuning pins might be loose and unable to hold a tuning. There may problems with the soundboard, the bridges or the felts and cloths may be damaged by insects. The keys might be chipped or cracked, and may need to be replaced. If rebuilding is done, the piano is usually removed from the home and taken to a rebuilding shop. It will usually remain there for quite some time, so the owner must be prepared to live without their piano for an extended period of time. A piano technician will be able to give an estimate of how much time it will take and how much money it will cost to make these repairs. In some cases the work to be done will cost more than the piano is worth, and a good technician should be straightforward with you about that. Many people choose to have rebuilding done on their piano regardless of the cost because it is a family heirloom and much sentimental value is attached to it.

Piano Tuning, Regulation, Repair

Serving Durham & York regions,
and Scarborough since 1996.
Now also serving Pembroke, Petawawa,
Chalk River, Deep River, Laurentian Hills
and surrounding areas.
Call or Text: (905) 427-7631
Fax: (905) 427-5383