We specialize in the restoration of square grand pianos, antique grand pianos, and upright pianos. We have restored pianos for clients from California to Maine, Hawaii and Canada over the past 22 years. 
to have your piano restored is a big decision, and you want to make sure that the rebuilder you chose is reputable and competent. We have been in business for over 20 years and have many happy customers throughout the United States and Canada.  

At Roger's Piano Shop, we take pride in restoring your piano.  We combine old world craftsmanship with todays technology to bring your antique piano back to the way the original manufacturer intended it to be.  A piano is comprised of many parts.  Many of the parts you can see looking over into the piano, but there are also many internal parts that are not visible unless the piano is taken apart.  We do as much (often times more) work on the parts you can't see as the ones you can see.   All of the work on your piano is done at our shop location in Marietta, GA, and we have control over your piano from the time it arrives to the time it leaves. 

Many companies who advertise restorations are, in fact, only brokers.  They take your deposit, then have your piano picked up and brought to their facility and held until they get enough pianos for a truckload.  They then ship them off to a cut rate wholesale restoration facility to be "restored".  You are getting a very, very, cheap job for your money and not truly getting the job you are paying for.  Your deposit money goes into their pocket as the profit for brokering the deal, and the balance due that you pay is all that goes to pay the facility for the "restoration".  The sad part is you never know this.  You think your piano is being restored by the company you dealt with and all of your money is going for work on your piano, when in fact, only a fraction of your money is going towards your piano restoration.  There are several of these facilities around the United States.  There is even one such facility located across our southern border that is popular among restoration brokers in the U.S.

At Roger's Piano Shop, we give you the complete job you pay for.  All of your money goes toward a professional job by American craftsmen that produces an instrument that you will be proud to own and play. Your piano is restored at our shop and is within our grasp at all times, and we promise to never let it leave this country.  We pay attention to the details and inspect all parts of your piano to ensure that you get a complete and professional job.  All of our technicians are experienced and competent, and nothing leaves my shop until I approve it, and you have my word on that.  I invite you to visit our Gallery page to see our work.

             We welcome all of our customers to come visit our shop and see their piano at anytime.

If you are thinking about restoring your antique square grand piano, or your vintage upright or grand piano, give us a call and we will be glad to discuss it with you and answer any questions you may have.  Please take a look at our "Restoration services" page before you chose someone to restore your heirloom piano to know what questions to ask.

We realize that not all of our customers can come visit our shop to see their piano.   Since most of our business comes from other states, we try to keep our customers in touch with their piano by pictures and email.   We like our customers to see our work on their piano as it progresses .  When your piano arrives in our shop we take pictures to send to you to let you know that your piano arrived safely.  As we begin work on your piano, we send you pictures throughout the process so you can see what all we do to your piano.  You will see it completely torn down and put back together.  We want you to see the piano evolve from the condition it was in when it arrived, to a properly restored and playable instrument.  We always welcome you to visit our shop anytime or give us a call and talk about your piano and see how it is coming along.

Roger Aycock, founder of Roger's Piano Shop, is a Master Piano Technician and a Registered Piano Technician with the Piano Technician's Guild.  Here is the Guild's definition of an RPT:

A Registered Piano Technician (RPT) has passed a series of rigorous examinations on the maintenance, repair, and tuning of pianos. Only RPTs are authorized by The Piano Technicians Guild to display the logo containing the words Registered Piano Technician.

Did you know...
that more homes have pianos than any other musical instrument? Over 2 million people begin piano lessons each year.

We specialize in restoring antique pianos

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Roger L. Aycock, RPT

94C Gann Road SW
Marietta, GA  30008
Phone:  770-218-1934
Fax:  770-218-1923

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