Services offered


Henry Willis & Sons Ltd is one of the oldest organ building companies still in continuous operation. We can call upon an enormous wealth of experience in the craft. In addition, Henry Willis & Sons is a fully accredited member or the Institute of British Organ Building and and are accredited in all catagories. This includes New organs, Rebuilding, Clean & Overhaul, Historic restoration, and Tuning & Maintenance.

Our Regional representatives cover England, Scotland and Wales, enabling us to give a prompt, personal service to all clients.

TUNING & MAINTENANCE
All pipe organs requre regular maintenance and tuning to keep them in good working and musical order. Henry Willis & Sons offer a full comprehensive tuning and maintenance service for pipe organs of all sizes.
This tuning service includeds maintenance contracts, 'one-off' visits, emergency visits, and regulation/repair visits tailored to the needs and budget of each client.

CLEAN & OVERHAUL
Pipe organs require cleaning and overhaul work in order to preserve the instrument and ensure its continued working order.
Henry Willis & Sons are extensivly experienced in this type of work on organs all of sizes, action types, and styles having overhauled countless instruments during the firms extensive history.

HISTORIC RESTORATION
Henry Willis & Sons Ltd are also able to undertake complete historic restorations and all instruments and are fully acredited in this catagory with the Institute of British Organ Building.
Several examples of such work by the company can be found on the "Projects" page.

NEW ORGANS
In recent years Henry Willis & Sons have build some significant new instruments, completly authentic to the Willis way of organ building. This includes a large 4 manual organ for the Church of St. Mathew in the City, Auckland, NZ and a 2 manual insturment for St. James' Episcopal Church, Florence, Italy which also features the famous patanted Willis Floating Lever.
With a workshop space of over 27,000 square feet, Henry Willis & Sons are equipped for the building of new organs of all sizes.