Barb Hall, Certified Piano Technician


Reconditioning is a term that can cause much confusion. It is often done on a piano that is in good mechanical condition but might require replacement of small or inexpensive parts that have worn out for the entire piano from exposure to the humidity or from use. It can include vacuuming dirt from underneath the keys, cleaning out the action, tightening the 400 or so screws in a piano action, lubricating the action replacing dampers, or bridle straps. It is an affordable option to rebuilding, and can sometimes be done in the home. After reconditioning, the piano will be better than it was, but not as good as a rebuilt one.

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