Questions & Answers On Piano Tuner Related Issues.
I hope these questions and answers will serve my Kansas City piano tuning customers with information that will help them in caring and maintaining their pianos.
The following articles attempts to answer the most common piano tuner related questions.
Manufacturer recommendations ~ Who would know better, when you should tune your piano than the people who make pianos? Continue reading
A good understanding of how humidity relates to the health of your piano has the potential of adding years of life to your piano. Continue reading
Customers ask, "What caused this problem to happen?" ~ As so often the case the piano tuner answers, "The weather." ~ Specifically humidity swings. Continue reading
To prevent an unstable piano, avoid placing your piano on outside walls, near fireplaces, doors, windows or any area where the humidity is unstable. Continue reading
There is nothing to be gained by waiting more than 72 hours after a piano move to have your piano serviced and certainly a week is plenty of time. Continue reading
What type of piano you own? ~ Spinet, Console, Studio, Upright, Petite Grand, Baby Grand, Semi-Concert Grand, Concert Grand. Continue reading
Piano technicians, can make any brand sound like a dream piano of a lifetime ~ so make sure you have a piano tuner / technician you trust. Continue reading
As a KCMO piano tuner I want to make this "Age Request Form" available to my customers and/or potential piano tuning customers. Continue reading
An excellent guide on how to determine the value of your piano, written by my good friend Bob Conrad. Continue reading
Some initial thoughts on piano care and the need to keep it tuned. Continue reading
Piano finish is best maintained by keeping it clean and avoiding exposure to direct sunlight, extremes of temperature and humidity, and abrasion. Continue reading
Sometimes customers inquire about the differences between Steinway pianos made in Hamburg, Germany and those made in New York, USA. Continue reading
In this from please feel free to ask whatever you like related to the piano tuner business or anything related to piano service. Continue reading