Piano restoration Derby. Being the UK’s only full service piano workshop and showroom, we are in the best position to restore pianos. We do not send any part of the instrument to external sources, we have the ability to complete all the work in house.
Shackleford Pianos are specialists in Piano restoration for antique and modern upright and grand pianos. The pianos we have restored can be found throughout the UK and Europe.
We offer a complete Piano Restoration service from our Macclesfield, Cheshire workshop. We restore modern and antique grand and upright pianos.
With our piano restoration we constantly research traditional piano manufacturing methods and also work with modern piano manufacturers to keep abreast of the latest technological developments. In this way our piano restoration projects meet the increasing technical demands of the modern pianist, who requires an instrument which can deliver extremes of colour, texture and dynamic, as well as the particular and varied demands of a wide range of grand pianos.
Piano restoration types we offer
Shackleford Pianos Cheshire offers one of the UK’s finest piano restoration services. Whether you have a fine German piano such as Bluthner, Steinway, or Bechstein, or an English piano such as Chappell, Marshall & Rose or Broadwood you want restoring to its original glory, or you feel that it is time to restore to mint condition the piano that you inherited from grandma, Shackleford Pianos can tailor a piano restoration service to suit your budget and needs. Some of the services Shackleford Pianos offers are:
- Full or part grand and upright piano restorations
- Piano action rebuilding or restoration
- Piano restringing for grands and uprights
- Ivory piano key restoration
- Adding sostenuto pedals and mechanisms or practice rail systems to a piano
- Re-polishing piano cabinets using traditional or modern piano-finishing methods
- Changing the colour of your piano to suit your personal decor
All of Shackleford Pianos’ piano restoration services are offered to the whole of UK and Europe and full restorations are guaranteed for a minimum of ten years.*