Hanerfeld, of Ridgewood, N.J., said there is a market for restored pianos because the new instruments are so expensive. For instance, Hanerfeld said the smallest Steinway & Sons model fully restored can cost $30,000; a new one could cost double that.
The high cost also is due to the work involved. Hanerfeld pointed to a nine-foot Steinway in his 2,500-square-foot workshop and said it would take five to six months to restore it.
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