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The Piano Mover Serving NY, Long Island over 25 years from Montauk to Manhattan Daily. We are a Full Service Piano Restoration Company, Offering Piano Storage, Piano Repairs, Concert Level Piano Tuning and Piano Sales.
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The Piano Mover Inc a full service piano restoration company located in NY servicing all Long Island, NY, New York, from Montauk Point to Manhattan daily. 516 381-2328
Over time, a piano’s condition may deteriorate beyond that which is repairable through regular maintenance. Factors affecting the piano include the age, location and use of the piano. The piano may lose its look, its ability to stay in tune, its sound quality, and ultimately its value. There are many methods and levels in restoring or rebuilding your piano. Our New York Piano Restoration facility is located in Suffolk County Long Island. Bill Rogers is an expert craftsman and can completely restore any make or model of piano. Contact Bill for a price quote: firstname.lastname@example.org
When refinishing any number of types of pianos and various finishes, various products and methods are available. Choosing the right way to refinish and polish your piano is a specialty of Bill Rogers, The Piano Mover. While refinishing a piano often results in restoring its desired original look, some customers may choose to change their piano’s color to make it match the rooms decor. While possible, New York piano professionals usually don’t recommend changing solid piano colors (white, black, etc.) to wood finishes (walnut, oak, mahogany) the underlying wood may reveal some imperfection or mismatched pattern, the likely reason the piano was first finished this way. Various piano finishes include regular lacquer, polyurethane, water-based finishes, and polyester. Highly detailed, carved, ornamental or antique pianos may prefer the hand refinishing French polish. This is a technique involves applying and buffing out multiple coats of alcohol-based lacquers. It’s a traditional approach to refinishing a piano the way pianos were finished many years ago.
The main objective in the restoring or rebuilding of a piano is to bring back the quality of the sound, precision and sensitivity of the piano’s action, and the look and value of the piano. The New York Piano Mover is fully equipped and able to restore or rebuild your piano to the highest industry standards associated with piano restoration.
Bill Rogers, The Piano Mover is here to help our customers choose the right type of finish for their one of a kind piano. Call Bill Rogers for all your Long Island Piano Restoration needs and New York Piano Restoration needs.