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Grand Piano Tuning Cost
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Grand Piano Tuning Cost

Grand Piano Tuning Cost – How To Minimise Without Skimping On Service

Grand piano tuning cost is something you need to take into consideration when buying a new or second-hand piano. However, there are ways to minimise this cost without risking the sound or good maintenance of your piano. Read on to find out more about saving money on your grand piano’s tuning.

The best way to minimise all of your piano maintenance costs, including piano tuning, is to buy your piano from a reputable piano dealer. Doing this means that you know your piano has been well looked after prior to its sale. The piano will have been stored at a constant temperature and been exposed to as few fluctuations in humidity as possible. If you purchase a second-hand piano through a good piano store, you have the additional bonus of knowing that the pianos for sale have been repaired or renovated as required before being resold. Buying through an experienced dealer also means that you are likely to receive a good warranty and service package, which may include tuning. This overrides any additional upfront price you may have paid for your piano. Once you have your piano home the best way to ensure the quality of the sound is to regulate the humidity and temperature of the room it is kept in. Humidity changes, particularly extreme changes, are unhealthy for your piano strings and the wood. Changes in the wood can affect the tension on the strings. Finally, don’t be tempted to skip tuning appointments. The longer you leave it between tunings the great the risk of broken strings as well as terrible sound.

At Little & Lampert Pianos, we recommend getting your piano tuned at least twice a year, or more for a new piano in its first year. We help you keep your grand piano tuning cost as low as possible by offering a full range of piano services. To see what we can do for you, visit http://www.llpianos.co.uk/ today.