TUNINGS AND REPAIRS OF PIANOS AND GRAND PIANOS
Tuomas Sievänen has started his own piano tuning business in the beginning of 2003. At present it is his full-time job. He has graduated as a piano tuner from Arlainstituutti in Espoo. Tuomas has been a part-time teacher in Arlainstituutti -piano tuner school.
The company has many co-operation partners e.g. Suomen Pianomestarit, Pianokeskus and F-Musiikki. Working area covers the Helsinki Metropolitan Area with western parts of Uusimaa region. The company is registered in the Business Information System in Finland. Through BIS service it can be verified that the company is in the trade- and prepayment register and carries the value added tax-liability.
Payments for services can be made in cash or with invoice. Invoicing is free.
SOME BASIC FACTS ABOUT PIANO CARE
Keep your piano in tune. Piano should have an exact pitch to get a correct sound and for the action to work in the right way. It is recommended to tune a piano at least once a year. When tuning a piano, tuner checks if there is a need to regulate the action. If the piano has been out of tune for years, it may need several tunings to maintain the right pitch.
Structure and pitch can change due to humidity and temperature. These changes can cause a piano to be out of tune. Regardless of the piano being used or not, it will eventually be out of tune. Playing the piano frequently keeps the action in motion and prevents it from sticking. Out of tune piano can affect playing and practising.
A professional can easily solve many problems and has the specific tools. Working without knowledge may cause extensive damages. Therefore, only ask a professional to take care of the piano tunings, regulations and repairs.
It is not recommended to place a piano in direct sunlight, next to a window, front door, heating unit or an external wall because of the changing humidity and temperature.
Keep your piano clean with just a slightly damp cloth, but never too wet. Don’t use any chemicals. Don’t place drinks or flower vase with water on top of the piano. Water can damage the surface, strings, action, keys and soundboard very easily.
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