Tuesday, February 8, 2011

New Steinway Grand Piano

Buying a New Steinway GrandPiano

... did you know that the cost of a project to complete reconstruction of your old Steinway grand piano will cost you 4 or 5 times less to buy a new Steinway? It is estimated the total cost of a complete reconstruction project Steinway, including structural, mechanical work and mobile (painting and finishing) to be between $ 17,500 and $ 20,000. Consider the savings over a brand new Steinway Grand, and retail between $ 75,000 - $ 100,000. Your re-finished, newly rebuilt Steinway will perform just as well if not better than a brand new piano.

Do not have to rebuild a Steinway? Check out the exceptionally affordable price and build Steinways in our sale section.

How old is my piano?

The age of a piano can be determined by identifying the serial number inside the instrument. E-mail to the piano Make and serial number to get information on your piano.

Is my old piano worth rebuilding?

For the most part, yes. A new piano usually outweigh the cost of investing in the restoration of an ancient instrument. Like antique furniture, grand pianos that many appreciate the value. This is particularly true for the following brands - Baldwin, Mason & Hamlin, Steinway & Sons, Yamaha, Kawai, and most important is West German. The consumer should always consider the reconstruction as a first option to purchase a new piano. Ask yourself what your piano would be worth after reconstruction than the amount spent on repair work. Call us for a written estimate or quote

The soundboard is the most important component of the piano. It provides amplification that allows the piano to sing and audible sound. The sound quality suffer when the soundboard is damaged. This problem, often due to varying degrees of temperature or humidity. Most of the pianos, at some point, experience some degree of cracking due to extreme weather conditions here in Canada - mainly due to higher humidity levels in summer and winter drought. Fortunately, this is relatively easy to repair


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