Cost to tune a piano

Our prices are $220 -$300 for piano tuning.
Most modern pianos are only $220 if tuned annually.
IF your piano needs a pitch raise, we charge $300 for the first tuning session, where we tune the piano multiple times. Follow up visits would be $220.
Pianos that are over 40 years old we charge $300. Follow up visits would be $300. There is no additional charge if an older piano needs a pitch raise.

A pitch raise is when a piano is severely out of tune.
– When a piano is moved, it can fall out of tune faster.
– New pianos, (pianos with new strings), will go out of tune relatively quickly. New pianos should be tuned 3-4 times in the first year of ownership. If a new piano is not well maintained it may need a pitch raise after just 2 years of ownership.
– Weather and environment can also affect the pianos tuning.

If your piano has not been tuned for 3 years, I recommend booking a pitch raise service. This ensures that we allow enough time to bring out the best in your piano. If your piano did not need a pitch raise, we charge the lower rate.

If you recently purchased or moved a piano, I highly recommend letting the piano acclimatise to its new location before it is tuned. The piano should be in its new location at least 2 weeks, (4 weeks preferred), before it is tuned.

Currently, our booking system lets you book up to 2 months in advance. I recommend booking at least 2 weeks in advance to ensure availability.