Tune Keys Piano Service

Phoenix, AZ

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

My work stands out because I really care about your piano being in tune. I can't stand for mine to be out of tune and I intend to treat others as I treat my own piano.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I love exploring the incredibly rich diversity of pianos. There are so many piano manufacturers and so many different makes of pianos, and each of them offer their own challenges. It is quite rewarding to leave a piano in a better state than when I arrived.

Location

Phoenix, AZ 85019

Years in business

4

Number of employees

1

Times hired on Thumbtack

1

Reviews

3 Reviews
  • Patricia R. May 6, 2013
    He was very honest & upfront on the phone about his rates. He arrived on time and was very professional. He was very thrall getting the job done in a timely manner.
  • Cinthia H. May 4, 2013
    Russel was very timely and very persevering, as I have a very old piano. He even researched a couple of things, such as, "how old my piano is", and how to tune a piano of that age. He was very professional and let me know what was the next step in getting it completely tuned and possible repairs. I would highly recommend him.
    Russell W. May 4, 2013

    Thank you for the kind review. I look forward to spending some more time with your piano. It truly is a classic.

  • Brad H. May 4, 2013
    Tune Keys tuned my piano recently. The piano hadn't been tuned for a couple of years, and I know that it was starting to sound a little flat. It took about two hours, and Russ not only tuned the piano, but he cleaned off the dust and "crud" inside of it. I had no idea that the importance of that! The piano sounds great!
    Russell W. May 4, 2013

    Thank you for the kind review. I'll enjoy the opportunity to revisit the piano in the near future.

Q&A

What types of customers have you worked with?
Many of the pianos that I tune require what is termed a "pitch raise." This service requires two sessions; one to bring the tension of the strings back to near concert pitch, and the second to fine tune the piano after the harp has adjusted to the new tension. "Pitch raises" can be avoided by regularly tuning your piano.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
1) Hire someone that you like. Talk to your piano tuner on the phone before scheduling an appointment. Find out what kind of personality they have. After all, they will be in your home for several hours. 2) If your potential piano tuner isn't asking questions about your piano and your situation, call or contact someone else.