Tuning: Adjusting the tension of the individual strings to produce a pleasing, harmonic sound when playing the piano. I recommend it for at least once a year, more often with frequent use or with pianos in overly dry or humid environments.
Repair: Anything from a sticking key, broken string, or broken parts that may need repair or replacement.
Cleaning: Cleaning key tops, dusting, vacuuming, etc.
When was the last time you had your piano tuned or cleaned? Mark will be able to improve the sound coming from your piano because he has over 35 years of experience as a piano technician. Let his expertise work for you. He wants to keep your piano working and sounding great. When you invest in music and in a beautiful instrument it is important to maintain and protect that investment.
Regulation: Adjusting the mechanism, or “action”, of the piano to maximize its efficiency. Slight adjustments are made to the action on an ongoing basis. A partial or complete regulation may be warranted after a period of years, depending on heavier use or environmental factors.
Estimate/Appraisals: Assessment of the amount needed for specific repairs, or to ascertain a value of a piano for buying or selling.