REDISCOVER THE JOY OF PLAYING YOUR PIANO
Many piano owners have yet to unlock the full potential of their instruments. Our mission is to enhance your piano's playability, allowing you to immerse yourself in the music like never before.
REGULAR TUNING PACKAGE $175
If your piano has been tuned at least once a year, this package includes an evaluation, fine tuning, and light cleaning.
THE "IT'S BEEN A WHILE" PACKAGE $225
If your piano hasn't been tuned in over a year or more, it's likely to need a pitch raise in order to get it back up to concert pitch of 440Hz. This package includes an evaluation, pitch raise, fine tuning and a light cleaning
“I can't express how pleased I am with the piano tuning service I received from Rob and B-Sharp. My wife wanted to start playing again and our piano had sat dormant for years. Rob and his team did a great job and my piano sounds better than ever. Good job! ” - T.S.
WHY AND HOW OFTEN SHOULD I TUNE MY PIANO?
Tuning a piano is essential for maintaining the instrument's optimal sound quality and musical integrity. Here in the South it gets hot, and the primary reason for tuning is the piano's susceptibility to changes in humidity and temperature, which can cause its strings to expand or contract, leading to pitch deviations. To ensure that a piano produces accurate and harmonious tones, it is recommended to tune it at least twice a year. Frequent tuning helps prevent the gradual accumulation of small pitch variations that can affect the overall sound quality and playability. Additionally, pianos used intensively, such as those in concert halls, may require more frequent tuning, sometimes before each performance, to maintain their precision and consistency. Overall, regular tuning not only preserves the piano's musical excellence but also extends its longevity.
WHAT IS A PITCH RAISE?
A piano pitch raise is a specialized tuning procedure aimed at getting the piano close to proper tuning. It typically takes about the same time as a regular tuning, or less, for moderate pitch corrections. Extreme pitch changes might necessitate two separate adjustments. The pitch adjustment and tuning can be completed in one visit, or the tuning can be scheduled shortly afterward, depending on the degree of pitch adjustment required. Generally, the longer a piano goes without regular servicing, the more tunings it will need to regain tuning stability.
CONTACT: Rob Thorworth