People are often surprised at how well we dress to service pianos. Here’s why we do it.
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Pianos have been around for hundreds of years now. Their basic design has remained unchanged for much of that time as well. So what does that mean for the piano service industry? Is it stagnant? Is there any innovation in the way pianos are maintained and serviced? The answer is a resounding: YES!
When a piano hammer becomes compacted and grooved, a trained piano technician can reshape the hammer to restore the proper strike point and improve the tone of the piano.
Piano hammers are a critical factor in the tone of your piano. If your piano sounds harsh or too soft, it can often be remedied by giving some attention to the hammers.
What is the difference between a piano technician and a piano tuner? In most cases, they are one and the same. Many people refer to technicians as tuners. There is a distinction to be made though.