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Seasonal Update, Spring has come !

As we probably all enjoy the temperature raising, and the flowers coming, it is also time to do a small gesture for your beloved instrument. here is the picture of the hammers of an upright piano... eaten by silver moth... To prevent this to happen, it would be judicious to consider using those unexpensive camphor balls stached inside the piano, especially in Spring time. The moth balls are also effective, but their smell can be a disagrement to your interior.

Regardless if you live in the city or the countryside, how clean your interior is, and what brand of piano you have, pests are famous in Australia to be invasive and very strong. It is always best to prevent than to cure. The damaged felt could cost you to be replaced and the piano to be regulated one more time.

We can help you to assess the inside of your piano, and also to give a thorough clean to prevent invasive species to nest with the dust hidden inside your instrument.

With my best regards.

Vincent Tarin
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FAQ’s

How do Humidity and temperature affect my Piano?
Extreme temperature and high hygrometry are affecting the piano’s tuning and overall condition.
Where should I locate my Piano?
To prevent an unstable piano, avoid placing your piano on outside walls, near fireplaces, doors, windows or any area where the humidity is unstable.
How often should I have my Piano looked at?
Piano should be attended idealy once every 6 month (because we have 4 seasons !) Less frequent tuning could be acceptable according to circumstances, that you are welcome to discuss with the piano technician on site. You should not wait over a year to get it tune.
How long after shifting should I wait to have my Piano tuned?
A new piano may requires more time to be tuned before its parts being properly bed, and the piano to be set, so a tuning few weeks after the move, and another one within 6 months may not be overkill. A second hand piano should be set already, and if the condition changes from source to destination are not too big, a tuning after a couple of week should be enough.
You may check the Category “PIANO PURCHASER GUIDE” for more illustrated information !

Repairs & Restoration

  • icon-plus-square¬†¬†Piano Tuning
  • icon-plus-square Pitch raise and Voicing
  • icon-plus-square Regulation of maintenance
  • icon-plus-square Valuation and Condition Report
  • icon-plus-square High quality genuine* part replacements
  • icon-plus-square Repair and Mending
  • icon-plus-square Cabinet in site Repair and buffing
  • icon-plus-square Silencer System installation and Service