Bay Area Piano Restoration Specialist, Bidinger Piano Restoration, Announces Summer as the Best Time for Repairs

San Ramon, California (EastBayDaily) — Bidinger Piano Restoration, providing Bay Area professional piano rebuilding, repair and restoration services, advises piano owners that the summer time is the most convenient time to plan for piano repairs because many piano teachers and students take the summer months off.

“This is a great time to think about having more major piano work done. That way, if the piano is out of commission for a couple of weeks or longer, it doesn’t make quite the impact on practice time,” Frank Bidinger, owner of Bidinger Piano Restoration, said.

In addition, summer brings vacation travel, leaving the piano unused. Plan ahead to avoid having a piano out of commission during the times when it is used most often.

Located in San Ramon, Bidinger Piano Restoration was established in 1995. Owner Frank Bidinger, an authority on piano repair and restoration for more than 35 years, personally handles the restoration of each and every piano. Bidinger Piano Restoration handles all manners of piano repair and is capable of minor and serious repairs. From replacing piano actions and hammers to restringing and soundboard repairs, Bidinger Piano will bring any old and worn piano back to life, providing another generation of people the joy of hearing that piano’s music.

For more information about any of Bidinger Piano Restoration’s services, call 925-272-0530, view the piano repair specialist on the web at or visit 38 Beta Court, Suite B-6, in San Ramon.

About Bidinger Piano Restoration

Bidinger Piano Restoration handles piano repair, rebuilding and restoration in the San Francisco Bay Area. Owner Frank Bidinger has more than 35 years of experience in piano restoration and specializes in soundboard, bridge and pinblock replacement. Most recently, Bidinger Piano Restoration started recycling upright and grand pianos into custom-made furniture, such as dressers, end tables, coffee tables and bookcases.


Frank R. Bidinger