Piano Tuning & Repair by Frank R. Acosta

Expert Piano Technician with more than 35 Years Experience

Frank’s Piano Tuning & Repair

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CONTACT INFO


Frank R. Acosta Jr.
(253) 222-3496
frankspianotuning@gmail.com

Piano Tuner and Repair Technician Available For Your Local Area – $150.00 per tuning

 

FEATURES


Service Area: King and Pierce Counties
Years of Service: 35
Service Type: Piano tuning
Market Focus: Piano players

DESCRIPTION


Piano tuning expertly mastered using advanced technology that makes any type of piano sounds its best.  Piano action repairs and regulation also expertly done for optimal playing feel of keyboard touch and response.  Appointments are on time and conveniently scheduled to your unique times as best as possible depending on current work loads.  Pricing is as reasonable as it gets considering the quality and satisfaction you will have.  Please call so that I can help you restore good tone and enjoyment for your piano playing experience.

SPECIALTIES


  • Fine Concert Quality Tuning, $150
  • General Piano Maintenance which includes cleaning, lubricating, essential adjustments, $250
  • Action Regulation which improves quality keytouch adjustments, $450 & up

CREDENTIALS


  • 35 years experience
  • Over 3,000 customers during 5 years of service

BENEFITS OF SERVICE


  • Honest and friendly
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Very Reasonably Priced

CLIENTS


  • Piano Teachers
  • Professional Musicians
  • Churches & Schools

ALL TYPES OF PIANOS (SAMPLE)


  • Kawai
  • Mason and Hamlin
  • Samick
  • Steinway & Sons
  • Stuart and Sons
  • Yamaha
  • Young Chang

OTHER PRICING DETAILS


Rate Details:   tuning is flat $150.00 Concert quality guaranteed. repairs priced accordingly to estimate.
Payment Methods:   Cash, Check, Zelle, Credit Card

August 20, 2020 Posted by | In Home Piano Tuning | Leave a comment

Piano tuning: artistic and scientific

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Piano Tuning is an art that the technician possesses to bring a piano to it’s beautiful sounding tone and musical moods and colors to the pianist.  The generating of a tone in the piano is achieved by scientifically designed principles of string vibration and wood characteristics that transfer the vibrations to the human ear.

A well designed piano consists of many different factors that are found in the qualities of wood and felt.  Tone quality is directly dependent on quality of materials and workmanship in building a truly special product of musical quality.

May 10, 2019 Posted by | Concert Piano Tuning, In Home Piano Tuning | Leave a comment

Awesome Piano Tuner & Technician

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Are you looking for an awesome sounding piano? Are you looking for an awesome playing musician? That piano could already be in your home; it just hasn’t been tuned. You’re an awesome musician; but your piano might be hiding how you really sound – AWESOME!

A piano that has not been tuned for a year or more may sound okay to you; but when it is finally tuned again, that’s when you realize what you’ve been missing; MUSIC. Piano music that is crystal clear and pleasant to the ears. Trained ears or not, most people cannot tell when a piano needs tuning; but most people can tell that it sounds better after the tuning.

Music plays an important role in many peoples’ lives. A piano that sounds good and plays well is what makes music that much more enjoyable. Most people agree that nothing can compare to the sound of the piano in making music.

My business is in the making of any piano to sound and play its’ best.
That’s why I recommend that every piano receives at least one tuning each year; so that music is always an inspiration to the one practicing the piano.

My current customers all enjoy the benefits of my services. They receive professional and concert quality tuning at a price lower than most. Appointments are catered to their schedules and are on time.

My experience with pianos of over 35 years provides expertise in many repair needs in pianos to include the following:

1. Action regulation – a term meaning simply the adjusting of all 88 notes to play at optimal performance to touch response and tone.

2. Restringing bass notes – replacing old and dead sounding strings with new ones

3. repairing or replacing of old, broken or worn out piano parts

4. replacing old keytops with new ones

5. Cleaning out the piano inside and out

6. repair or inspection evaluations for potential buyers or owners

If your piano is in Pierce County, King County, Thurston County, or Kitsap County, the tuning rate is the same. I accept cash, check or credit card for payment. When you schedule an appointment, I will be on time; or I will call to notify you of any changes to the schedule due to traffic or other delays.

I look forward to meeting you and earning your business.

Find me at https://www.frankspianotuning.com or call or text at 253-222-3496

November 27, 2013 Posted by | Concert Piano Tuning, In Home Piano Tuning | Leave a comment

Has it been a year since your Last Piano Tuning?

The reason pianos go out of tune is because it is affected by temperature and environment settings in the home.  The longer you leave the piano out of tune the more the piano construction and different components of the piano change and adjust to the wrong configuration of the wood.  Keeping the piano in tune keeps the piano in good shape and maximizes its ability to sound better.  In the long run the piano will sound better and there will be less need for replacing strings and it will stay in tune longer when you keep it tuned at least once per year versus when you wait years apart.

August 15, 2011 Posted by | In Home Piano Tuning | Leave a comment

Welcome to my blog about pianos!

This is a blog about pianos.  I am located near Spanaway / Graham WA and work in Bellevue and have many piano friends in the Port Orchard region.  As a result, I am able to serve the entire Puget Sound area pretty effectively.  I am starting  this blog  for the first time and will be posting interesting posts about my experiences in the piano business.  Questions and comments about your piano experience will be welcome soon.  The intention of posting in this blog is for sharing with others my passion and appreciation for pianos and the people who play them.

Thank you for visiting.

Frank R. Acosta Jr

Piano Tuner / Technician

Frank’s Piano Tuning & Repair

Phone: 253-222-3496

frankspianotuning@gmail.com

June 9, 2011 Posted by | Concert Piano Tuning, In Home Piano Tuning, Piano Repair | Leave a comment