Professional and friendly piano tuning
Please feel free to contact me if you have any concerns or questions, I will always give the best advice possible.
Before long, you will be tickling those ivories again.
- Private customers
- Independent piano teachers
- Concert halls
If you have a piano, I can help you.
Discounts available for two or more pianos.
A range of clients
Based in Liverpool, I also provide professional piano repairs across Wirral, Chester, Warrington, Southport, Ormskirk and St. Helens, Isle Of Man and North Wales.
With years of experience in the industry and working with a vast range of clients from concert halls and educational establishments to the [piano in your home, you can rely on me.
What causes a piano to go out of tune?
There are numerous reasons that makes a piano go out of tune:
Changes in temperature and humidity levels. As a piano is largely constructed from wood and metal, these can expand and contract in relation to changes in heat and humidity. Even minute changes affect the tuning stability.
Heavy or frequent use of the piano will gradually knock the piano strings out of tune
Can my piano be tuned to concert pitch A440? If it can't be, why not? Is it important?
How often should a piano be tuned?
How much is the cost of piano tuning??
What's the best positioning for the piano in the home?
How do I best look after my piano?
Can wheels be fitted to an upright piano?
What causes sticking keys?
What causes a sticking "action"?
Why do piano string break?
Individual strings or full sets can be replaced.