Reconditioning will bring a piano back to good condition by cleaning, repairing, and adjusting for best performance with parts replacement only where necessary. This is most appropriate for a piano with only moderate wear or those of medium value with average performance requirements.
Reconditioning does not involve the bigger repair items such as replacing soundboard, bridges, pinblock, and the action parts. What it does is bring the performance and life-span of an older piano back to a state where regulation may be performed satisfactorily. Reconditioning will improve a piano’s performance, so is a must for serious players, or those seeking to be better players.