Every piano comes with thousands of wooden, felt, and leather parts. All of these components need occasional adjustments to maintain the piano’s best sound and keep its touch feeling natural and comfortable. These thousands of components change over time due to factors such as wear, use, and fluctuations in temperature and humidity levels. The keys may sag while the punchings may compact. As a result, the key might feel a little awkward to the pianist’s touch. The volume and voice of the piano may also sound slightly off.
These changes occur gradually, so a pianist may not notice the difference immediately. The frequency of regulation should be determined by you and a registered piano technician. Several factors have to be considered for this, including your piano’s age, quality, current condition, amount of use, intensity of use, and exposure to environmental influences. In general, a well-maintained instrument requires fewer service visits. Our company
always works closely with our clients in all that we do so we can satisfy their needs.