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We offer many types of service and repair to Pianos and Harpsichords For the last 32 years, We have been servicing Pianos here in the Valley of the Sun. We service all Cities of the Phoenix Metro Area including the fast-growing Far-West Valley, and the Communities in Pinal County.
We offer many types of Tuning, Service and Repair on Pianos and Harpsichords.
We Service all types of Pianos including Grand Pianos, Uprights, Studios, Consoles, and Spinets. I have tuned over 30,000 pianos in my career there is rarely a piano that we can’t diagnose what the problem is.
We offer affordable and Competitive Rates for Tuning and Repair.
We know that you have a choice of Piano Technicians here in Phoenix, Thank You for visiting and for considering us for Servicing your instrument.
We aim to satisfy every customer to his or her expectations with friendly, professional, and knowledgeable service.
Please take a few minutes to look at our website to learn more about us.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
What Causes a Piano to go out of tune?
The piano’s soundboard is especially sensitive to weather changes; it expands and contracts according to moisture and temperature, causing the dependent strings to go out of tune.
Consider the Piano’s Level of Use Frequently played pianos require frequent tunings. Pianos used at least three times per week need a tuning once every three months. Pianos used for public performances should be tuned at least once a week. For moderately used pianos, six months is enough time for a problem to develop, but generally not long enough for irreparable damage to result from it. Two tunings per year is acceptable if you play once a week or less.
The Bottom Line:
No piano, used or unused, should go over one year without being tuned. Waiting this long sacrifices the piano’s overall health, and can cause long term problems. :