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Piano Tuning

Piano Tuning

In Virginia, we have four distinct seasons. Daily or monthly changes in temperature and humidity cause the soundboard, felts, and other parts of a piano to shrink and swell, which affects tone, pitch, and action response. The severity of these effects can be reduced by positioning your piano near a wall that is away from windows, doors, heating and air conditioning vents, fireplaces, and direct sunlight.

Ideally, a piano should be tuned every six months. To avoid serious problems and costly repairs, never wait longer than a year between tunings.

As a new piano needs time to adjust to the individual climatic conditions in your home, correct tuning is especially important. Piano manufacturers agree that a new piano should be tuned 2 to 3 times the first year. As your piano adjusts to its environment, it will improve in performance, as long as it is tuned properly and at regular intervals.

Call/text Midlothian Piano today to schedule a tuning!

Piano Repair, stuck key, broken strings, regulation

Piano Repair

With thousands of working parts in a piano action, there are many potential problems that can arise. Midlothian Piano can fix anything, from a sticking key or broken string to complete regulation service of the action.