New Pipe Organs
Custom built pipe organs, large and small
Rebuilding and Restoration
Breathing new life into well-loved instruments
Tuning and Service
Keeping your instrument sounding it’s very best
Documentation and representation for insurance claims
New 2021-2022 A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Calendar Available Now!
We are happy to offer our new 2021-2022 pipe organ calendar. Full of beautiful photos of our pipe organ installations, this two-year calendar also includes holidays and religious holy days.
You can view and download a pdf of the calendar using the button below, or contact us to request a print copy.
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Louisville, Kentucky: Building new IV-manual, 115-rank pipe organ for the Seminary Chapel.
US Air Force Academy Protestant Cadet Chapel
US Air Force Academy Catholic Cadet Chapel
Colorado Springs, Colorado: Rebuilding of the historic III-manual, 36-rank, Moller/Holtkamp pipe organ.
Our Current Project List Also Includes:
- Broad Street Presbyterian Church • Columbus, Oh. – New V-manual console, new windchests and more
- St Andrew Episcopal Church • Fort Pierce, Fla. – New III/31 pipe organ
- St Simons Island Presbyterian Church • St Simons Island, Ga. – New III/38 pipe organ
- Plus more projects for new consoles, new facades, rebuilding and restoration of vintage instruments.
We’ve Been Building and Installing Pipe Organs Since 1973
We also offer tuning and maintenance to churches, schools, theatres, and homes across a vast portion of the Southeast. Currently, we are responsible for the care of over 230 pipe organs. Our tuning and maintenance staff practice complete and thorough tuning methods as well as perform a variety of repairs while on site.
No Project Too Large or Too Small
Pipe organ projects come in all sizes, from tuning and routine maintenance, repairs, enhancements and additions to building new consoles or small organs to fit a specific space and budget, all the way up to designing and building very large pipe organs with multiple consoles. No project is too large or too small. How can we help you with your pipe organ project?