7645 US Highway 52
28146 Salisbury, NC
704.279.7237

 

The piano is the most popular musical instrument in the world.

At Kluttz Piano Co., centrally located in the Piedmont of North Carolina, our family has been selling, servicing, moving, restoring and tuning pianos for more than 80 years. We are third-generation piano people, and we see our future as continuing to provide quality service in the business that we love.

Our reputation has brought us customers from all over the East Coast. When we leave your home, your church, your school, your hotel or your business, your piano will be ready to provide musical pleasure and inspiration to you, your family, your guests and your clients.

 


SALES

Kluttz Piano works with the world’s leading piano manufacturers, offering our customers the very best in new instruments for the home, for the stage, for college music programs and for churches.

SERVICING

We consider each piano an individual work of art and use only the highest quality parts for restoration and repair because we’re committed to restoring your piano to peak performance and one you can cherish for years to come.

We move pianos with the utmost care, ensuring quality sound.

RESTORATION

We consider each piano an individual work of art and use only the highest quality parts for restoration and repair. We’re committed to restoring your piano to peak performance and one you can cherish for many years to come.

Kluttz Piano only works with the best manufacturers

of piano strings and replacement parts in its restoration work.

 
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"These guys' capability is astounding ... their work is of the highest caliber. The place has the flavor of a working museum and what they turn out is absolutely stunning. They really know the technical side of piano restoration and how to bring an instrument into contemporary playing ability. Not many people can do this high-end work. My wife inherited a 1907 Chickering piano. Kluttz Piano came and picked it up, took it to Salisbury and made an inspection. They determined that the case was top quality mahogany but there was carving missing. The piano was worth salvaging and making playable. They took it apart, replicated carvings and trim that were missing and worked with me on the types of finishes.We have an absolutely stunning precision instrument that plays beautifully. I'm an engineer by training and they earned my respect. The piano is perfect and worth $30,000."

---Don Faulkner, Charlotte, NC