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- Don Y.
I am delighted. Caleb took his time and did a very thorough and professional job. He answered all my questions and was very forthcoming with information about what he was doing. He did an initial pitch raise and checked my piano out and gave me a full evaluation and let me know exactly what to expect. He is very smart and friendly and great to work with. I highly recommend him. He knows his stuff!Jan 10, 2021Verified
- John C.
Caleb was very focused on the work. He went about the job as tho money were not his only interest. Seems hard these days to find people who have a passion for what they do. I was impressed and will surely hire him again.Jul 4, 2020Verified
- Nerissa L.
I hired Caleb at 9th hour to tune our piano for an upcoming party. Caleb is fantastic and his pricing surpassed all others. We needed TWO tunings. The feedback from the Pianist was all raves. The piano sounded great. Caleb is now our go to guy for all things Baby Grand! Lastly, the Thumbtack.com service is phenomenal. So much better than goggling!Dec 14, 2016Verified
- Joseph M.
Caleb took a 40-year-old piano that had not been tuned in more than 5 years, and he turned it into a noble instrument once again. He is professional, courteous, attentive, and reliable.Aug 30, 2016Verified
- Kenn F.
Caleb restored my 60 year old piano which was more than a half step flat, pass and dampers reworked and made it sound like new. I will definitely call him again.Sep 14, 2016Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?For most pianos that can hold tension/tune I charge a standard fee of $165 (discounts may apply). In certain cases if the piano is severely out of tune, the piano may need a preliminary tuning called a pitch raise. This pitch raise brings the proper amount of tension back to the instrument, allowing the second tuning more accuracy and stability. A pitch raise is only an additional $80.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?15 years of in-house and shop tunings. Experience ranging from fine tunings to full pitch raises, light to full regulations, and cosmetic touch-ups.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Since my father is a well respected piano technician, I have had the privilege to know and experience piano tuning at a very early age. At the end of my "career" as a deli-hand at the age of 15, I picked up a tuning hammer and started to tune. With my first house call shortly after, tuning quickly became my primary career.