Chupp’s Pianos offers world-class piano restoration services. The restored pianos we have worked on are now in homes, on stages and in concert venues throughout the United States and beyond. We take great pride in the stellar craftsmanship and quality work we put toward restoring a piano. We have expert knowledge in all piano brands which allows us to expertly restore any piano you might have.
We are a family owned and operated business that has successfully offered our piano restoration services to customers across the US and beyond for many decades. Our customers include music lovers who entrust us with their prized pianos, accomplished musicians who rely on us to restore their priceless instruments and universities and concert halls needing pianos that meet exacting standards. You can get a better idea of our restorations by viewing our work below.
This 1914 Steinway & Sons Model A Grand Piano was fully rebuilt by us. A new soundboard, bridges, pin block, premium German music wire, turning pins, custom produced bass strings, damper felts, German Renner wippens, hammers, shanks, flanges and keytops were installed. The original plate was regilded and hand lettered. The damper back action was fully restored and the action underwent a full concert regulation. The finish received a premium closed pore, hand rubbed satin finish. This is a great example of the quality work we do on a regular basis here at Chupp’s.
Many of the pianos that we are asked to restore come from homes and estate sales in fairly decent condition. This Steinway was an exception. Stored in a garage for years, this instrument received one of the most extensive restorations we have ever undertaken. Every aspect of this piano was inspected and painstakingly restored. From the action, to the keytops to the cabinet repair, care was taken on every aspect of this project. It is the subject of a short documentary we produced. Link: https://youtu.be/CH6mabIucUc
In 2015 we restored a vintage Steinway & Sons Model D Grand Piano for the Cheyenne Civic Center. The piano was carefully rebuilt and regulated by our expert piano technicians to bring back the iconic Steinway tone we all know and love. Tim Chupp recently traveled out to Cheyenne, Wyoming to make some finishing touches to the instrument in its new home. Attached below is a photo of the instrument sitting on the concert venue’s beautiful stage.