Tuning & Pitch Raises
Tuning your piano is essential for the maintenance of your instrument. Depending on the frequency of use and the atmospheric conditions of your pianos location, your piano should be tuned at least once or twice per year. If a piano hasn't been tuned in a few years it may require a pitch raise which is a quick tuning to bring it up to par before performing the refined tuning.
Action Regulation & Voicing
Over time, the performance of a piano action tends to decline, due to changes in alignment of the many parts of the action. This can be corrected by adjusting the parts of the action back to factory specifications or as close to it as possible. Tone regulating is the voicing of the piano’s sound, which is achieved by needling, shaping and aligning the hammers.
Semi Rebuilds & Repairs, Dehumidifier