This page contains photos of the production processes as instruments are being built, rebuilt, and restored by A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company. In addition to building new organs, rebuilding older organs and restoration of historical instruments, we also cater to smaller needs from
tuning and minor repairs to additions, relocating, re-engineering,
consoles, and more.
More photos and descriptions of our facilities are available at:
We commonly work in support of leading architectural firms and contractors to assure your instrument is prepared in perfect harmony with the space it is to serve. If you are interested in our other services such as maintenance and re-building, please refer to the menu to the left.
We frequently host visits from committees who come to see the processes involved in the crafting of their new organ, or those involved in the detailed process of rebuilding their organ. We also give tours of our facilities and local organs to various groups who have expressed interest in the pipe organ industry. You are invited to visit our company and some of our new organs. Please call 800-836-2726 or 770-482-4845 to schedule an appointment today!
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Organ committee from Chester Presbyterian visiting a pipe organ installation at another church.
Visitors from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary take turns signing the inside of a windchest for one of their two new pipe organs.
Music Minister Don Land visits from Atlanta First United Methodist Church as the shell for the 5-manual console for their new organ is being constructed.
Committee from The Temple in Atlanta touring our production shop where their Aeolian Skinner/Pilcher organ is being rebuilt, posing in front of their 4-manual console and the Grand Theatre console.
Organ committee from Chester Presbyterian Church in Virginia gather around a console being constructed in our woodshop.