Your instrument is unique, no other one sounds exactly like it. Provide it the care and attention it deserves to always sound its best.


Setting the pitch of over 200 strings in your piano to where they are originally intended. This is usually centered around A440 (‘concert pitch’), from which every note is tuned ideally for solo and ensemble playing. A well-tuned piano has an unmistakably clear and full sound.



The more your piano is played, the more regularly its moving parts require slight adjustments. To maintain optimal playability, regulation “resets” the moving parts inside your instrument to their intended specifications. Even if it is not touched frequently, a piano’s functions can suffer from naturally occurring changes inside. Because the age and humidity fluctuation of pianos varies widely, so too does the type and degree of regulation each one will periodically require.



Every hammer’s composition is adjusted so it strikes a rich and colourful sound. This takes into account what tone colour and dynamic range you desire based on the type of piano you have and how you play.



Your piano is vulnerable to damage and degradation on both a minor and major scale (no pun intended). As much as any other instrument, your piano must have numerous fully functioning mechanisms to play and sound its absolute best. Much like the family vehicle, components degrade and can occasionally break, so these repairs are vital to continue making music.