Contact / 317.439.7083 / indy.tuner@yahoo.com / Stephen Scharbrough

Manufacturers recommend tuning your piano every six months or more. If it has been longer, it could need a pitch raise to bring your piano back up to A440 or concert pitch.

Pitch raises require additonal time and attention. Additional charges will be applied.

Pianos require consistent upkeep and maintenance to perform well. For instance, keys need adjustments, action parts need lubrication and precision settings, and hammers need voicing to name a few.

Choosing and or maintaining a piano is a complex task. Many piano purchases can end with costly repairs beyond what was anticipated. IndyTuner looks at all parts of the piano and includes a full overview of the :

soundboard: cracks

bridges: condition

tuning pins: corrosion, torque measurement

strings: corrosion, tone quality (voicing)

hammers: wear, alignment, felt quality

all moving parts: wear, age, quality

case: finish condition, damage, style

keys: ivory, plastic, condition

make: age, quality, value

tone: evaluation from bass to treble

touch: evaluation and gram measurement

After our complete review we will provide you with recommendations and a summary of any repair costs.

Piano Tuning &

Pitch Raises

Action Regulation &

Piano Repairs

Piano Inspections

Cancellation Policy

As a courtesy to our team and other clients, please allow 24 hours notice for cancellations and rescheduling requests. Cancellations/rescheduling requests that occur less than 24 hours before the scheduled appointment are subject to a service charge of $45 in most circumstances. Cancellation/ rescheduling requests may be submitted via email or voicemail if you are unable to reach us by phone. Arrival fifteen minutes or more after your scheduled service time will be considered as a “no show” and the cancellation fee will apply.

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