We have been in our new location for over two years now. When we initially moved in, the building needed a lot of work to convert it into a proper piano workshop; but after many hours of labor, we managed to turn it into a piano workshop with the resources it has today. In the main part of the shop, Travis has a personal player installation work-area, with a hydraulic lift table to get better access to the underside of the piano. We also have a spray booth to paint any sounding boards, piano plates, or pianos that need to be refinished. There is a computerized drill press to accurately replicate pin blocks as well as large electric sanders to create a more even and precise finish to the wood. The shop also contains a blasting booth to help restore metal and wood as well as a buffer that makes brass look practically brand new. In the center of the shop we have a stringing room that we seal to dry out to repair cracks in sounding boards and conduct all of our stringing there as well. Finally, in the front room we have an action regulation and repair room with all the specialized tools we use to regulate the actions.