Steinway Piano Restorations

For more than 165 years, the Steinway & Sons name has stood for excellence in grand and upright pianos. With their rich tone and superior playability, Steinway pianos are a favorite of professional musicians and can be found in concert halls and recording studios around the world.

A Steinway concert grand contains more than 12,000 individual parts — restoring one is a complex process that demands an in-depth understanding of the instrument’s construction and operating principles. For this reason alone, it’s essential that you work with someone who knows what they’re doing.

The team at Bradfield Piano has extensive experience with Steinway piano restorations. Keep reading to learn more, or get in touch to request a quote.

Steinway Piano Restoration Process

Piano Restoration - Step 1 - Consult & Estimate
Piano Restoration - Step 2 - Pickup
Piano Restoration - Step 3 - Restoration
Piano Restoratio - Step 4 - Delivery
Restoration Process - Step 5 Follow Up

When undertaking any Steinway piano restoration, our goal is to be as transparent as possible, educating the customer and helping them make informed decisions every step of the way. Our process involves:

  • An initial consultation: During your initial consultation with our Steinway restoration experts, we’ll go over the history of your instrument, your budget and your goal for the project. Then, we’ll put together a detailed proposal outlining all work and costs involved. For out-of-town customers, Skype or FaceTime consultations are available.
  • Pick up and transport: Following your approval of our initial estimate, we’ll arrange to pick up your piano and bring it to our shop. Before beginning any job, we’ll complete a final inspection to confirm the accuracy of our work plan, which is especially important if we’re seeing your piano in person for the first time.
  • The restoration itself: Restoration is an extensive process that involves taking your piano apart, inspecting each component and replacing anything that’s worn out. We use only genuine Steinway parts that are accurate to the age of your instrument, including Sitka spruce soundboards and pinblocks. Once the restoration is complete, your piano will sound and play as it did when it first left the factory — guaranteed.
  • Delivery: We take great care in getting your restored piano back to you safely, carefully wrapping and packing it and working with our fully insured moving team to complete delivery to anywhere in the country.
  • Follow-up: Once your piano is back in your home, we’ll follow up with a complimentary tuning and check-up at your convenience.

Our Experience With Steinways

We’ve completed Steinway piano restorations, repairs and refinishing for working musicians and enthusiasts alike. Based in Dallas, TX, but with a nationwide reach, we’re experts who have earned the respect of our peers and customers.

We provide restoration services for all Steinway pianos, including:

  • German-built S-155, M-170, O-180, A-188, B-211, C-227, D-274 grand and V-125 and K-132 upright models
  • American-made S, M, O, A, B and D grands, and 4510, 1098 and K-52 uprights

Why Bradfield Piano?

Lots of companies offer piano restoration services, but few have the direct experience with Steinway instruments that Bradfield Piano does. Co-owners Miriam and Holt Bradfield Deniger both trained at the Theodore Steinway technical school in New York City. In addition, many of our technicians and other staff members have previously worked at Steinway Hall Dallas. This experience is vital when restoring Steinway pianos — we know the company and their models inside and out, and we take care to use the proper parts and techniques for any job.

This commitment to quality work is more than just a marketing tactic. It’s something we stand behind with some of the best warranties in the industry. We back our Steinway piano restorations with up to 5-20 years of coverage, depending on the model and the extent of the work.

Most importantly, you’ll benefit from our exceptional customer service. Often, there are several ways to approach a piano restoration. We’ll provide objective guidance based on what’s best for your instrument while working within your budget and other practical considerations.

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