Standard Tuning


recommended regularly once or twice a year

Pianos go out of tune, regardless of how often they are played. Changes in humidity and temperature, will invariably lead to detuning. As a general rule, your piano should be tuned at least twice a year. Regular tuning maintains correct tension off the strings, which helps to keep your piano stable and sounding its best.

Pitch Raise


if the piano has been moved, or untuned for two or more years.

Before a standard tuning, a pitch raise is essential for pianos significantly out of tune.  This initial adjustment increases the tension of all the strings to the desired pitch, ideally A=440. A pitch raise is not about perfecting the sound yet—it's about getting the piano's tension into the right zone so that fine-tuning can be effective and last longer.

Action Regulation


based on play, an extended regulation is recommended every 2-4 years

The action mechanism of a piano is a marvel of mechanical complexity. It requires adjustment, known as regulation, to ensure that the touch and response of the keys are even across the board. Regulation addresses issues like sticky keys or uneven touch, which can frustrate even the most patient pianists. Don’t let an unresponsive or sluggish action upset your practice and enjoyment.


Voicing is the process of adjusting a piano's tone or quality of sound. Even if your piano is well-tuned and regulated, it may not deliver the tonal character you're after. Voicing can make a piano sound brighter or more mellow depending on your preference.

Cleaning & Repairs

Dust and debris can accumulate in your piano, affecting its sound and action. A thorough cleaning can prevent this. Meanwhile, addressing repairs promptly, whether it’s a chipped key or a broken string, will save you time and money in the long run.