Tuning your piano

I am a traditionally trained piano tuner, using my tuning fork and my ears to enable me to get the best from your piano. Pianos should be tuned regularly to maintain their quality of sound and ideally, at least twice a year. Wherever possible I tune pianos to concert pitch (A440) but if a piano has been left un-tuned for over a year it is likely to have dropped below concert pitch and may require a pitch raise. This could involve more than one tuning.

With some older pianos it may not be possible for them to maintain concert pitch. In these cases, I will offer to level the piano so that it plays well as a solo instrument and prolongs its life.

Appointments

Monday to Friday
First appointment is 09:00 am
Last appointment is 18:00

Saturday
First appointment is 10:00
Last appointment is 13:00

Special arrangements can be made for concert tunings.

These are some of the towns and villages I cover:-

Buckinghamshire
Amersham Aylesbury Aston Clinton Beaconsfield
Burnham Chalfont St Giles Chalfont St Peter Bourne End
Denham Farnham Common Flackwell Heath Gerrards Cross
Great Missenden Chesham Coleshill Jordans
Lane End Little Chalfont Loudwater Haddenham
Hazlemere High Wycombe Holmer Green Iver
Marlow
Penn Prestwood Princes Risborough
Slough Stoke Mandeville Stoke Poges Stokenchurch
Taplow Wendover Widmer End Wooburn
Ibstone Latimer Little Kingshill Long Crendon
Weston turville


Hertfordshire
Abbots Langley Aldbury Aldenham
Berkhamsted Borehamwood Bovingdon Bricket Wood
Bushey Chipperfield Chorleywood Elstree
Flaunden Hemel Hempstead Kings Langley
London Colney Loudwater Oxhey Radlett
Rickmansworth Tring Moor Park Sarratt
St. Albans Watford


Oxfordshire
Chinnor Henley Thame Wallingford
Watlington


Berkshire
Ascot Bisham Bray Cookham
Datchet Eton Holyport Hurley
Maidenhead Slough Taplow Windsor


London
Most areas covered in Central, West and Northwest London including:
Eastcote Greenford
Harefield Harrow Hillingdon Ickenham
Northolt Northwood Pinner Ruislip
Stanmore St Johns Wood Uxbridge