NJ PIANO SERVICE
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PREMIUM PIANO

RESTORATION

 
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SERVICES

New Innovations, Old World Craftsmanship

The piano has been around for centuries, and represents the finest advances in music, art, woodworking, and all around master craftsmanship.  Here at NJ Piano Service we combine this master craftsmanship with the new tools and materials that are available today to bring you the highest quality service restoration. We specialize in restoring historical instruments to be as accurate and true to the original as possible, but we also work with new pianos and innovations in the trade to push the envelope of touch and tone farther than ever before.

 Philip Stewart, the Owner of NJ Piano service, studied Piano Technology at Western University in London, Ontario and is a Registered Piano Technician with the Piano Technicians Guild.

Philip Stewart, the Owner of NJ Piano service, studied Piano Technology at Western University in London, Ontario and is a Registered Piano Technician with the Piano Technicians Guild.

 
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Testimonials

It’s just too perfect
— Howard R, Piano Teacher
You are becoming a piano master. You are decades ahead of many of us at your age. My hat’s off to you.
— Ed T, Piano Dealer and Piano Technician
His first visit convinced us that Phil was not only an outstanding technician but also a great artist. You are a magician, Phil! Thank you so much.
— Bob and Jane M, Happy Piano Owners


 

MY PROMISE

We only work with the finest quality replacement parts and materials available, combined with the careful  skilled hand of a master craftsman.  We guarantee all of our work and offer a warranty that in most cases exceeds that of the original manufacturer.

 

SEE Our WORK


About Me

MY NAME IS Phil

I got into the trade at the young age of 15 when the local piano tuner piqued my interest.  After completing high school, I moved to Canada for a year to take the Piano Technology program at Western University in London Ontario.  It was here that I learned the fine art of tuning, and began to develop my woodworking skills for work specific to the piano industry.  It was soon evident that piano restoration was my true passion.  After returning home to New Jersey, I joined the Piano Technicians Guild to further my education, and soon took and passed the rigorous exams to become a Registered Piano Technician.