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Mirandas Painting

Mirandas Painting

5.0 (2)
Luxury repainting & decoration services. Afew of my specialties.. •Luxuary living decorative interior painting. •3 story height limit of Exterior repaint of three types of real estate clarification: (Residential, Commercial, Industrial). •wrought iron & Decorative railing prep & coatings. Wood staining & Varnish work :D
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Kamstra Piano Tuning LLC

Kamstra Piano Tuning LLC

5.0 (2)
Back in 1998, while working for Yamaha Corporation, I was invited to take a piano tuning seminar sponsored by the company.  I was hooked ever since! My experience started with the pianos at the company under the watchful eye of the Yamaha Piano department. After gaining confidence, I branched out from the company pianos to friends and then onto others in the nearby community. Soon I was tuning for churches and schools. I've tuned pianos in both Los Angeles and Orange County. From Hollywood to Escondido; From Santa Monica to Riverside. I've always enjoyed hearing the end result after tuning a piano. I compare it&n ... View Profile
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David Andersen Pianos

David Andersen Pianos

5.0 (2)
David Andersen Pianos has been servicing the needs of discerning musicians, film & TV composers, concert pianists, recording studios, and prestigious educational institutions for over 30 years. Our services are certainly not for everyone; we are near the top of the cost range, and we’re picky about the clients we serve. As a result, our client base are some of the best players and nicest people in L.A.—-wonderful families, churches, many music teachers and music students, professional players, serious amateurs, wealthy piano lovers, film and TV composers, performance venues and recording studios. ... View Profile
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Hollywood Piano

Hollywood Piano

5.0 (1)
We sell acoustic and digital pianos.  We sell pianos, tune pianos, clean pianos, regulate pianos, move pianos, consign pianos and anything else that deals with pianos in general.  Very few people realize the importance of tuning their piano regularly. The entire equation of piano design is based on tension. If a piano is not tuned for a while it goes flat due to the forces of gravity.  If enough tension is released it causes the crown of the soundboard (the sound producing element) to go flat thereby reducing a piano’s ability to sing. Although it is not a problem to bring the piano back to pitch the crown on the oth ... View Profile
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Hollywood Piano Company

Hollywood Piano Company

5.0 (1)
Hollywood Piano Company has been supplying Southern California with quality pianos for 90 years. It stands to reason that we also have a large pool of piano tuners and piano technicians whom we have worked with for years. When you need your piano tuned or serviced and you don't want to leave it to just anyone at random, reach out to us.  We will supply you with a great tuner/technician who will show up and take care of your piano likes it's their own.  ... View Profile
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Scott Jeoung Piano Tuning And Moving

Scott Jeoung Piano Tuning And Moving

- I will work to solve any of clients' problems with their pianos. - I provide a 1 month quality guarantee acter the tuning appointment. - 10% discount on tuning appointments for 2 pianos (1 of the pianos may belong to someone in your neighborhood area) - Member of the Piano Technicians Guild - 20 years of piano tuning experience - Service manager at an authorized Yamaha dealership
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Frequently asked questions

How much does piano tuning cost near me?

Piano tuning costs $100 to $225 on average for a piano that receives regular annual service. Piano tuning with pitch corrections costs $150 to $300+, and interior cleaning adds $50 to $100. Any additional piano repairs cost $60 to $100 per hour.


How often does a piano need tuning?

Piano manufacturers recommend tuning a new piano four times in the first year and twice per year after that. A piano needs tuning at least once per year to remain in good condition. Get a piano tuning when the sound is distorted, it's been over a year since the last tuning, or when moving the piano.


How to tell if a piano is out of tune?

A piano is out of tune when:

  • It creates a buzzy, wavering, and uncomfortable sound that distorts the note.
  • It's been longer than a year since the last tuning.
  • The piano moved to a new location.
  • There have been dramatic changes in the temperature and humidity.

How long does piano tuning take?

Piano tuning takes 1 to 1 ½ hours on average. A piano that's been neglected for several years takes 2 to 3 hours to tune and may need another tuning shortly after to hold a tune consistently.


Do you tip a piano tuner?

Tipping a piano tuner is not customary or expected. However, if the tuner exceeds your expectations or spends more time than expected, leaving a 5-star review or offering a $10 to $20 tip is appreciated.


Do digital or electric pianos need tuning?

Digital or electric pianos never require tuning. The sounds produced by a digital or electric piano are recorded and stored, so they never go out of tune.


What happens if you don't tune a piano?

When you don't tune a piano, the string tension is reduced and the pitch drops. Regular piano tuning keeps it in better condition, helps maintain its value, and is easier to tune in the future. By delaying tuning, it's more expensive and time-consuming to get the piano back into tune.


Is it worth tuning an old piano?

Many old pianos can be tuned if they are in good condition. Old pianos may have to be tuned several times before it remains in tune. Consult with a professional piano technician to determine if the piano is worth tuning.


Can you tune a piano yourself?

Attempting to tune a piano yourself without experience can cause damage. Tuning a piano is time-consuming and requires specialized tools:

  • A tuning lever
  • Felt strip
  • Rubber wedges
  • Electronic chromatic tuner or piano tuning software
  • Several tuning mutes

Hiring an experienced piano tuner is the best option.


How to find the best piano tuners in my area?

Finding piano technicians requires planning, researching, and asking questions. To hire the best:

  • Get at least three estimates to compare.
  • Ask for recommendations from family, friends, and neighbors.
  • Verify their insurance and experience.
  • Read reviews and check out their previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Look for Registered Piano Technicians (RPT) who have has passed tests on the maintenance, repair, and tuning of pianos.
  • Ask about their guarantees.
  • Avoid making payments upfront. Pay after tuning is completed.

What questions should I ask local piano tuning services?

When looking to hire a piano tuning and repair service near you, ask them the following questions:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • Are you a Registered Piano Technician (RPT)?
  • How many similar pianos have you tuned?
  • Can you provide me with a list of references?
  • Do you have insurance?
  • Do you tune by ear or by machine?
  • Can you fix sticking keys?
  • Does my piano need regulation?
  • Does my piano also need a pitch raise or interior cleaning?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • How long will the tuning take?
  • How much do you charge?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?

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