Do you have a piano that’s been in your family for generations? An instrument so loved and with so many memories? But maybe when you sit down to play, one of the keys just doesn’t sound like it should or maybe doesn’t play at all. Or maybe the exterior of the piano is damaged and cracked after years of love.
Pianos are the most complex instrument, with thousands of moving parts working together in harmony to create music. However, when some of those parts stop working, the once soothing music can become anything but.
When it’s time to consider piano disposal in St Paul, Piano Movers Extraordinaire is here to help guide you through your decision.
Is it Worth Repairing Your Piano?
Sometimes deciding to let go can be a tricky thing, and that’s okay. You should be completely sure of your decision, and that’s why we recommend considering whether it’s worth it to repair your piano. In some cases, a repair may be worth the money that it would cost to fix it, but that’s not always the case.
We highly recommend that before you decide to throw out your old piano, that first you consider reconditioning. We even have recommendations for piano restorers and refinishers to contact in the area.
Once you have taken the time to get estimates on how much it would cost to repair your piano, it’s time for you to make your decision. Is your piano worth repairing?
When making your decision, here are some questions for you to consider:
- Is the original quality good enough to restore?
- Will it cost more to repair it than to replace it?
- Is the overall condition of the piano good?
These three questions can help ease your mind that you are making the right decision, no matter what choice you end up making.
Is it Time to Dispose of Your Piano?
If you have already decided that your piano is not worth repairing, then the next step is to consider piano disposal. Piano Movers Extraordinaire has professionals available to answer any questions you may have about disposing of your piano. We understand that it can be an emotional decision, especially if the piano was passed down to you by a loved one. We’re happy to talk you through your decision.
Once you are completely settled on disposing of your piano in St Paul, call us today at 763-784-8123 or contact us for a free estimate!