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Tuning

It is recommended to have your piano tuned a minimum of once a year, but most pianos if played regularly should be tuned twice a year.  New pianos and older instruments may require tuning more often. The pitch will drop if the piano is not tuned on a regular basis and the environment can often determine how many times it needs to be tuned.

Servicing

All pianos need to be serviced at some time in their life, this will depend on the amount of usage they receive and the conditions in which they are kept. A concert pianist’s piano would usually require an annual service whereas a beginners may only need to be looked at every five or so years to maintain its optimum playing condition.

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Where is the best place for my piano?

A piano doesn't like being too cold or too hot. The environment will affect a pianos tuning, so avoid placing them where this may be an issue i.e. avoid draughts if possible, keep away from windows, radiators & other sources of heat. A constant temperature around 18°C to 21°C (65°F to 70°F) is ideal. Central heating dry's the air, drawing moisture from the wooden components in the piano.

When the heating is turned off at night the humidity in the room rises, then when turned on in the morning, the humidity drops. These changes in relative humidity causes the wood in the piano to shrink and expand. Changes to humidity in a room where the piano is stored are often responsible for tuning instability and other serious problems, such as loose tuning pins, split soundboard's and regulation issues. Ideally, you should try to keep your piano within 45 - 60 per cent relative humidity.

If you feel that your piano is in an unsuitable environment you should think about purchasing either a humidifier to counteract excess dryness or a dehumidifier for excess dampness. Your piano tuner will be able to advise you on this.

 

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