How to Help the Piano Tuner When They Come to Your Home

When a piano tuner comes into your home to tune your piano, it is essential that you provide a conducive environment for him/her to do their work in peace. If you distract or fail to support them you will have failed yourself greatly, with your instrument and your pocket bearing the most damage. There are many things that you can do for them. They don’t necessarily have to be huge tasks. After all, it is the small things that matter. These things include;

 No noise

When piano tuners come to your home to work for you, it is vital that you provide a serene environment for them. This kind of atmosphere will enable them to concentrate on the task they are carrying out. If there is noise they will keep on getting distracted and this loss of concentration could have serious implications on the task at hand.

 Hospitality

When service people are within the confine of your home, they are like guests. It is therefore polite for you to cater to their needs. If they need a glass of water give them one and if it’s meal time give them food although it is not expected or required of you. It is all just a matter of common courtesy.

 Distractions

Ensure that there are no distractions during the period that the tuner is doing work on the piano. Dust it for him/her beforehand and make sure there are no objects placed on top of it. Also restrict your activities to other rooms in the house, and away from the piano’s proximity to accord the tuner time to work in peace.

Summary

It is important to support tuners when they come to your home to work on your piano. It helps to make their work easier to some extent.

Conclusion

Visit http://www.tuningpianos.co.uk/faq.html to find out more ways to help piano tuners in your home, and read more helpful advice. And if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Andy Howard

I am Andy Howard (AEWVH Diploma, MAPTA). I started AMH Piano Services, as I wanted to provide a highly professional piano tuning service to the Greater London area. I completed a three year course at The Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford, in 1992; being awarded a credit in the AEWVH Diploma in Piano Tuning/Technician. I have worked for pianists at all levels, from beginners to professionals. I tune for recording studio’s and theatrical music companies, music teachers, professional musicians, going anywhere the music takes me. I work alongside other industry professional to provide a full spectrum piano service.

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