Has your piano not been tuned for an extended period of time? Bring your piano back to pitch for standard A440 tuning. Call 260-227-5397 for more info.
Our on staff piano technicans can help service your piano. Services include voicing, regulation, restoration, appraisal, cleaning, and all aspects of tuning.
Meet Our Technical Director
Richard is responsible for the care, maintenance and “fine tuning” of an outstanding collection of acoustic grand and vertical pianos for PianoNation, a national piano wholesaler and distributor. He also consults on player piano technology and pianos of all makes and models.
Nationwide & Worldwide Experience ~
The Curtis Institute (Philadelphia, PA), The University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX), Capitol Records (Los Angeles, CA), The Colburn School (Los Angeles, CA), The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI), The Royal Academy of Music (Toronto), The Montreal Conservatory of Music (Montreal), McGill University (Toronto), SUNY Fredonia (Fredonia, NY), Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL), and many more of the world’s leading universities, conservatories, symphonies, recording studios, and private piano rebuilders.
How often should I tune my piano?
How long does a piano tuning appointment take?
On average it takes 45 minutes-1 hour to tune a piano. Pitch correction and repairs will add more time.
Can you tune at pitches other than A440?
Standard tuning is A440. We can tune to any pitch if desired by the client.
Does moving throw a piano out of tune?
Physically moving a piano has a small impact on the tuning stability but more importantly the change in enviroment that talkes place during a move will impact its tuning. The difference between the temperature and humidity level of both enviroments will cause a piano to go out of tune. It is highly recommended that a piano be tuned 2 weeks- 1 month after a move to allow the piano to stabilize in its new enviroment.
What the best time of year to tune a piano?
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