Keep your piano in top condition, contact us for recommendations of experienced piano tuners.
Keeping your piano in tune is critical to achieving the perfect sound. The regularity with which you get your piano tuned obviously varies depending on how often you use it, as well as your own demands of the instrument. For example, classical music venues will have their piano tuned to perfect pitch before every recital to ensure it is perfect. However, we recommend anyone who has a piano in their home to get it tuned once every six to twelve months.
There are plenty of reasons for you to get your piano tuned. First and foremost, it keeps your piano playing at its best. Beyond that, tuning is critical to keeping the strings in top condition and reducing the risk of needing them replaced. Our tuners are all highly qualified and have decades of experience as piano technicians. In this role, they are required to diagnose and fix any problem that can occur inside of the instrument itself. By getting a tuning from us, you know that the person responsible comprehensive knowledge ensures any other faults can be found.
Frequently Asked Questions
The length of time it takes to tune a piano varies depending on how long it has been since the instrument was previously tuned. However, as a rough guide, tuning appointments often take between 1-3 hours. For more information about your next tuning, contact us today!
Yes! Please don’t hesitate to call, even if you aren’t local to us! We have an array of tuners up and down the country who will be local to you.
It’s really simple to request a tuning. All you need to do, is call our showroom on 01562 731 113 or e-mail us on email@example.com. The information we will need from you, is the type of piano (is it a grand piano or an upright piano) and your address. With this information we will try to arrange one of our trusted local tuners to come out to you!
The price of tunings varies by location and the needs of the specific piano in question. Please call us to arrange a quote, tailored to you.