The first step to maintaining your piano's condition and sound, is to keep it in tune. Tuning is the most basic service that will preserve the pitch of your piano and enhance the sound quality of your instrument. Have your piano tuned at least twice a year for stability and general upkeep. Learn More
Strings pop, parts break… But do not worry! Typically, repairs can be preformed during a service call. Some repairs take only a few seconds, while others will take only a few minutes to address. Even repairs that may seem more serious can sometimes be taken care of during a routine visit from your technician. Other times, we may need to bring a part home or purchase new parts. Nonetheless, we will have you back to the piano bench in no time. More
Regulation refers to any adjustments made to the moving mechanisms or “action” inside of the piano. If you find it difficult to preform advanced passages on your piano, it may need some of these adjustments. Routine regulation is necessary to keep your piano preforming as it was intended. Pianist are often surprised to discover the results that regulation has on their piano's performance. Read More
Most piano owners are unaware that the tone of their instrument can be customized to fit the acoustics of the room or even altered so its sound aligns with the preferences of a specific pianist. Piano technicians can make this change to the tonal quality through a process known as voicing. This final delicate process of voicing can only be achieved after the piano has been tuned and regulated properly. In Depth
Rebuilding a piano is a very labor intensive and involved procedure. The rebuilding process is usually reserved for bringing life back to high quality grand pianos or large concert instruments. There are different types of rebuilding: reconditioning, refurbishing and complete restoration. We carefully consider the situation when choosing the most cost effective methods for your piano. Further Explanation
Keeping your piano clean is often overlooked. However, it is a very important part of regular maintenance. You’d be surprised what we find inside of pianos. Dust, dirt, pet hair and other contaminants accumulate over time, causing friction in parts that should be moving freely. Dust also attracts humidity and may cause corrosion on the surfaces of metal components. It’s recommended that you have your piano thoroughly cleaned every 2-5 years.