Price Of Piano Tuning
Price Of Piano Tuning – Considering The Life Time Cost Of A Piano
Price of piano tuning is one of the additional costs that you need to take into consideration when thinking of buying a piano. Whether you are an accomplished musician, or are buying your child’s first instrument, it is important to understand the lifetime costs of owning a piano.
The wide variety of new and second-hand pianos for sale gives you a great deal of control over the initial cost of your piano. However, if you are buying second-hand you need to ensure that the piano has been fully checked and if necessary either repaired or renovated by an expert. If this has not been done, then your cheap second-hand piano will cost you a fortune in the long run. If you are buying a new piano, then remember that it will need time for the strings to stretch and the wood to settle. This could mean additional piano tuning costs in the first year at least. However, an older piano, even a well cared for one, is more likely to need strings and other components replaced as they wear out, so this is where your additional costs would lay. Both old and new pianos will need to be tuned twice a year to keep them sounding perfect. They will also need other regular maintenance, which you should discuss with your seller. Other costs that you need to consider include your piano stool, dust covers, and the cost of removal should you move home.
At Little & Lampert Pianos, we will talk you through all the different costs associated with owning a quality piano, including the price of piano tuning. To help with the cost, all our pianos are covered by a five-year warranty. To find out more visit http://www.llpianos.co.uk/ or email email@example.com and we will get back to you.