Piano Tuning Services in Wimbledon Chase SW20

Piano tuning services in Wimbledon Chase SW20

A. Hanna & Sons Pianos was founded by A. Hanna in 1960 in Lebanon and has been based in Wimbledon since 1990. Chucri & Fadi, the Hanna Brothers, had been learning how to tune and fix pianos since the age of 5 and that has been their lifelong passion ever since. Continuing the family tradition, A. Hanna & Sons Pianos provide all kinds of piano services in the Wimbledon area including top quality Piano tuning services in Wimbledon  Chase SW20. The Hanna brothers head up our professional team of piano tuners and technicians. All our technicians have more than 20 years of tuning experience as we strive to deliver the highest quality of tuning services to our customers.

Piano Tuning Services in Wimbledon Chase SW20

How to arrange a Piano Tuning Appointment with us?

Booking a tuning appointment with us is easy and simple:

1. Call us on 020 8540 5541, email us or fill out the Tuning Enquiry Form below.

2. We will arrange a date with you for your piano to be tuned.

3. One of our tuners/technicians will arrive on your chosen date/time and tune your piano.

Please note that prices may vary for areas outside the M25 and all payments should be made prior to the tuning appointment usually on the day of the booking. We offer special discount on our Piano Tuning Services in Wimbledon Chase SW20.
You can book an appointment between 9:00 and 17:00 on weekdays.

We can then send you a friendly email reminder the next time your piano is due to be tuned, should you wish to have your piano tuned with us regularly.

Most piano manufacturers recommend that a piano should be tuned approximately every six months. However, more or less frequent piano tunings may be required depending on various factors. More information on factors affecting the the tune of a piano is available below.

Why does a piano go out of tune?

The piano is a complex instrument with thousands of moving parts. These are affected by changes in temperature, humidity, how often the piano is played and how often it is moved.

Changes in temperature and humidity cause the soundboard to swell and shrink. The soundboard is connected to the piano strings, and this causes the strings to move with the soundboard. Over time, this changes the tension of the strings and makes the piano go out of tune.

These fluctuations can easily be monitored using a hygrometer (temperature and humidity dial), which is simply placed on top of the piano. If the fluctuations are found to be extreme, it may be necessary to install a piano life-saving system. This regulates the humidity level inside the piano and so protects it from excessive damp or dry conditions, therefore prolonging the life of the instrument.

Piano tuning ensures that the piano provides maximum enjoyment for its owners and maintains a high quality sound. If a piano is played often and is situated in a country where rain is frequent, we recommend that it be tuned 3 or even 4 times a year. If however a piano is played less frequently and for recreational use only, then 2 times a year should be sufficient.

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