When we receive a Piano for restoration, we begin with a complete cleaning & evaluation of all instrumental components.
 Next we take an inventory of all raw materials & parts which we will be required for the job.
 Then, we complete the disassembling & labeling of components, from the keyboard, harp, & cabinetry.
 Next we complete structural piano repairs, including the mainframe, soundboard, bridges, & damper system, & existing tuning pin plank [if retained]
Then, we custom cut, carve, file, drill, & fit the new tuning pin plank, install it in the harp, and reinstall the harp in the piano.
 Next, we complete the installation of all new tuning pins and all new strings, bass & treble, add string tension to bring the piano to proper Concert Pitch. Concurrently, during the process, we have also been working on the keyboard components, including performing the refelting (where required) of the keyboard action, damper system, & pedal linkage & lyre, & repairs to the keys/keytops.
 Next, we reinstall the keyboard action into the Piano, and regulate the playing touch, then we fine tune the instrument to Concert Pitch. Please Note: the above is an overview, and the complete list of procedures/tasks is to vast to list in this venue.