Piano Tuning and Regulation

Piano Tuning

You may know that your piano needs tuning, but do you know why it’s so important?

Tuning your piano means adjusting the tension of the piano strings until they are in harmony with the notes around them. As strings naturally lose tension over time, regular tuning keeps them aligned and prevents pitch discrepancies. Even if your piano sits idle, tuning is essential to maintain its pitch accuracy.

By scheduling regular tuning sessions, you protect your piano from falling too far out of pitch. This proactive approach saves you from dealing with extensive tuning adjustments later on, making the process smoother and more manageable.

Should your piano go untuned for too long, it may require additional attention, such as pitch adjustments. While pitch  adjustments are necessary, they can put extra strain on the strings, increasing the risk of string breakage.

Our technicians understand the importance of maintaining your piano’s condition. Through regular tuning and maintenance, we ensure your piano remains in optimal playing condition for years to come. We’re here to help you preserve your instrument’s lifespan and performance quality, providing peace of mind every step of the way.

 

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Regulation

You might wonder, what exactly is regulation? It’s like giving your piano a personalised tune-up to ensure it performs its best for you.

We adjust each key to perfection, ensuring smooth, consistent touch, and motion across the keyboard as well as consistent key height and key dip (the level to which a key is depressed.

To keep your piano in top shape, we recommend scheduling regulation every three to five years. This helps counteract normal wear and tear, as well as environmental changes like humidity and temperature.

 

Your piano’s unique needs determine the level of regulation required. Our expert technicians can assess and tailor the process to suit your piano, ensuring it meets your expectations for performance and playability.

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