Hi All, Kim Bunker here from www.playerpianos.com again. I guess you
can be confident in restoring a player piano in someone's home if you
have a wonderful fully protected insurance policy that nothing will
ever go wrong, i.e., spillage of product like glue or lacquer thinner
(which eats through plastic very quickly) on their $30,000 new hardwood
floor, or you accidentally drop a piece of the player or piano part and
it breaks there priceless "Ming" vase.
All I guess I meant to say is when you do a restoration job in a
client's home you are liable for anything that happens while you there,
no matter if you are the most careful restorer in the world. Always
doing a job in your shop guards against any mishaps that might occur
during the long process of restoring a player piano.