Tuning & repairing all type of the pianos in whole New England. Also, we can supply you with any piano part you may looking for. Minor restorations available on site in conjunction with a tuning. Some examples of our services:
Replacing or shaping worn hammers. Pianos as well as grand pianos, moderately used for 5 to 8 years, can have grooves at least 1/16″ (approx. 1.5 mm) deep, and most pianos with 20 to 30 years of use can have grooves 1/8″ (approx. 3 mm) deep. In this condition, a piano should have the hammers reshaped (about 3-4 hours)*.
Hammer Voicing – new hammers and reshaped old hammers often produce a tone that is too brilliant but can be softened to make their tone mellow. In other instances, the hammers can be made brighter, particularly in the high treble section (about 2-3 hours)*.
Replacing broken, cracked or yellowed keys with an entire set of new plastic key tops can dramatically affect the look and feel of your piano. This process requires to take your piano action to our shop to do this work (about 6-14 days)*.
General Tuning cost is $99.00* flat fee. If a pitch raise is needed: $59 flat fee (option).
You will get not only a tuner/technician to tune your piano but as well as professional musician.
*The hours can very and depend on the parts and piano condition. Travel fee may apply.