When founder, Water Pacey began creating pianos, he believed in perfection. He understood the passion people felt for pianos we feel it too. Each piano we recreate is perfect in every detail because devotion is the key to perfection. Find out more below about our piano restoring and rebuilding.
Master Piano Craftsmen
Pacey’s has the master craftsmen to make your piano perform just the way you want. Whether you are rebuilding a family heirloom, a stunning find at an auction, or any piano in which you see potential. Our workshop has been rebuilding and restoring pianos for decades and our skilled craftsmen have the experience, knowledge and tools to handle any job.
Experienced Piano Technicians
Trust in our piano experience. All our Master craftsmen are 100% certified and we insist on at least a minimum of 10 years experience. Many of our most valued artisans have been restoring pianos for more than 25 years. Rebuilding pianos is not just a mechanical science. It’s an art.
Trusted Piano Rebuilders
People trust Pacey’s with their most valued possessions. Read below about some of the people we have helped restore the joy of music to.
George C, Retired
My late wife and I bought a grand piano from Pacey’s pianos about 30 years ago. It is a beautiful big black grand piano. Sometimes I think my wife liked the piano more than me! We are both very accomplished piano players but horrifically, the movers dropped our piano from 5 feet when I last moved. The insurance company would replace nor repair the piano due to the severity of the damage and the cost. I was absolutely heartbroken. The piano was more than an instrument to me, it brought me so much joy. I decided to get my own quotes and research. Pacey’s Pianos was very sincere and knew all the right answers. They were the only ones prepared to do such a complex job. The best news was the insurance company even picked up the tab! And of course, the Piano was perfect just as promised.
Lynn J, Designer
I had this piano in my basement that I got for free from an English bar. It was in very very bad shape but I guess I am a little bit eccentric so a free grand piano; how could you go wrong? This piano sat in my basement for 10 years collecting dust and looking very worn. When I decided to sell my house and move to the valley I had to make a decision. Sell this piano and buy another one or restore it. Once I started calling piano stores about the piano everyone wanted to buy it. No one would tell me why or give me any advice. But then I called Pacey’s. They gave me the age, the history and even came out to give me a free evaluation. After speaking to their experienced and helpful staff, I realized that I had a very special piano. It is a beautiful Heintzman 1905 seven foot grand piano. Being a designer I am a perfectionist myself and if I was going to have it rebuilt, it needed to looks perfect. Pacey’s assured me that it would be “just as promised” and it was.