Expert Piano Repair
The Piano Repair Expert in Philadelphia
Master Piano Technician - Expert Piano Servicing - Your Piano Doctor
As a Certified Piano Technician, I have the experience and skill to bring your piano back to life. Serving all of the Philadelphia Metro Area, as well as Montgomery and Bucks Counties
As a Certified Piano Technician, I'm trained in all aspects of servicing your piano. I often fix sticking keys, reglue or replace worn or broken parts, fix broken pedals, and make adjustments to your piano's action regulation, as well as voicing adjustments to the piano hammers.
I also provide more extensive services such as complete action regulation, action rebuilding, hammer replacement, and complete restraining, and other restorative work.
Your piano is a complicated machine. There are several thousand parts inside your instrument, and they all have to be adjusted with skill and precision. As a Master Piano Technician, I have the skill and the experience to make your piano sing again!
"Excellent piano tuner! I had him over to take care of my recently purchased grand piano, and he made it sound amazing! It was all tuned up, plus he also went ahead and regulated the action so it would play more smoothly, and also voiced it as well. The piano sounds amazing now! Very satisfied :)"
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What kind of repairs do you do?
Can you restring my piano? What about new hammers?
Absolutley! If your piano is a good candidate for restringing or other restoritave work I'd be happy to help. Usually this kind of work is done on quality grands or uprights (such as Steinway, Mason & Hamlin, Yamaha, Bluthner, etc. or a family heirloom)
My piano has some issues. Is it worth fixing up?
Almost always, I can bring pianos like this back to life with a Double Tuning and an some additional repair and voicing work. Of course, I will confer with you about your options, along with their costs before proceeding on additional work. But in most cases, not only is the piano brought back to life, but the cost is much less than replacing your piano!
How much do you charge for a sticky key?
Most of the times, the cause of the sticking key is a relativley minor issue and is included free of charge during your tuning appointment!
What if I have broken hammers. How can they be replaced?
If a hammer breaks on your piano, save it - I can usually repair the broken hammer in your home. If many hammers are broken or completley worn out, it might be necessary to replace them with a full set of new hammers.
If all the hammers need to be replaced, the cost is usually around $900 dollars, although some hammer types can be much more expensive. It usually takes several weeks to replace hammers as each hammer is taken out of the action and is handled separately.