Alex Moore is a registered piano technician in Philadelphia offering tuning, voicing, and repair services. Alex has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music and a Certificate in Basic and Advanced Piano Technology. He also worked as a piano technician at the Tanglewood Music Festival in 2014. Services include tuning, repair, cleaning, regulation, voicing, and appraisals. Customers may call, text, or email to book an appointment.
Philadelphia, PA(314) 369-6343
Benjamin Piano in Langhorne offers “noteworthy tuning and service.” The company performs piano tuning, general repairs, regulation, appraisals, cleaning, humidity control system installation, and smoke damage repair. Piano tuning is $125, with an additional charge of $40 to $75 if a pitch raise is required.
Langhorne, PA(267) 317-4266
Bill Carmichael Piano Tuning in Chalfont is owned and operated by a full-time tuner who tunes pianos by ear and has over 25 years of experience. Owner Bill Carmichael tunes pianos for homes, schools, churches, restaurants, and concert venues. He entered the business through family and apprenticed under Frank Sinatra’s tuner. The company promises that all work performed is “honest and professional” and that all services are fully guaranteed. Services include tuning, repairs, estimates and appraisals, cleaning, action regulation, and voicing for all types of pianos. In a client testimonial, the company’s quality of work is described as the “best in the business.”
Chalfont, PA(215) 491-5117
Bill the Piano Tuner in Philadelphia has been tuning and repairing pianos since the 1970s and has tuned “over 18,000 pianos to date.” In a client testimonial, the company’s owner is described as “the most reliable and accurate tuner in the entire tri-state region.” He is also a registered piano craftsman and a Master Piano Technician of America.
Philadelphia, PA(215) 214-2185
Bucks County Piano Movers in Langhorne is “the best piano moving company in the county.” Services offered include moving, storage, and tuning for upright, grand and baby grand pianos, and organs. The company also moves and stores large family heirlooms, such as grandfather clocks, pool tables, and antique furniture. Piano repair and tuning is performed by professionally trained tuners and is available for all kinds of pianos.
Langhorne, PA(267) 799-1065
CJ’s Pianos in Phoenixville makes customers’ pianos “sound better.” The company’s owner is a registered piano technician who provides “quality tuning, repair, and restoration for all pianos.” He also sells pianos through his store and personal connections. A high-quality tuning is $150 plus tax, which also includes any minor adjustments that need to be made to the piano’s action.
Phoenixville, PA(484) 928-0222
David G. Tennett Piano Restoration in Perkasie has been providing “high quality handcrafted piano restoration, including piano refinishing and rebuilding” since 1976. The company also offers tuning for home, concert, school, church, and recording studio pianos, performed by technicians with “at least 20 years of experience.” Vintage pianos are occasionally offered for sale.
Perkasie, PA(215) 249-1630
Dennis’ Piano Service in Perkasie was founded in 1973 and has “proudly served” the community for over 30 years. The company now offers a range of tuning services for the “home, studio, theater, school, church, concert venue, and a variety of other venues.” The owner and head tuner stays current with latest developments and techniques through Piano Technicians Guild seminars. Standard services include tuning, regulation, and voicing. Restringing and refinishing are outsourced to reliable technicians within a 50-mile radius.
Perkasie, PA(215) 257-2443
Donald Roberts Piano Service in Drexel Hill has specialized in piano tuning and repair services since 1977. Owner Donald Roberts’ pledge is to make customers’ pianos “sound as good and play as well” as they possibly can. Donald is trained to tune pianos by ear following an “equal temperament” system but also uses a Sanderson Accu-Tuner device. In addition to tuning, the company offers regulation services, including the evaluation and replacement of hammers, dampers, action screws, and keys. Customers can use an online booking system to schedule appointments on the company’s website.
Drexel Hill, PA(610) 449-1575
Keller Piano Service in Phoenixville has provided “exceptional piano service since 1972,” offering tuning, voicing, and action regulation services. Additionally, the company performs piano and bench repairs, restorations, cleaning, brokering, appraisals, and piano moving. The company’s owner is a registered piano technician with the Piano Technicians Guild. Office hours are Monday through Saturday, 8 am to 8 pm.
Phoenixville, PA(610) 935-0115
Landis Piano Service in Boyertown has been serving “musicians and the performing arts community of Southeastern Pennsylvania since 1978.” The company’s owner has been a full-time technician for over 30 years and has serviced instruments for clients such as Pine Forge Academy, the Spring Ford area school district, and over 100 regional churches. Services include tuning, repair, regulation, and voicing. The company also provides piano appraisals and restoration and is a qualified installer of Dampp Chaser humidity control systems.
Boyertown, PA(610) 367-9322
Marshall’s Piano Service in Glenside is owned by a formally trained piano tuner who tunes by ear and who attended the School of Piano Technology for the Blind. Tuning costs between $125 and $175 for a single piano and discounts are available for multiple pianos in one appointment. In addition to tuning, repairs, and regulation, the company offers piano appraisals, thorough cleaning, and on-location dismantling of pianos that are no longer needed.
Glenside, PA(215) 510-9400
Murphy’s Piano Service in Newtown is owned by Joe Murphy, who has been servicing and tuning pianos since 1997. He is a member of the Piano Technicians Guild and offers music lessons and live music for events in addition to piano tuning, repairs, regulation, and refinishing. The company promises to deliver “experience, service, and dependability” and can tune any piano regardless of manufacturer or condition. Piano appraisals are also available for customers who wish to sell their pianos.
Newtown, PA(215) 598-8845
Philip Jamison Pianos in West Chester has been in business since 1971 and offers piano tuning and repair services. Standard tunings typically take between 60 and 90 minutes, and any minor or major repairs are not included in the price of tuning. For pianos requiring major repairs such as restringing, pinblock replacement, or refinishing, the company will transport the piano to its shop. Piano rentals for parties, recitals, and concerts are also available.
West Chester, PA(610) 696-8449
Ralph Joseph Onesti Piano Restorations in Woodlyn offers “professional, courteous service in the home and on the concert stage.” The company has received an A rating in Angie’s List and is registered with the Piano Technicians Guild. Owner Ralph J. Onesti is a master piano technician and has over four decades of experience. The company maintains records on all serviced pianos and will contact customers who are due for a tuning. Services include tuning, pitch correction, in-home repairs, major shop repairs, voicing, regulation, appraisals, cleaning, and PianoDisc installation.
Woodlyn, PA(610) 833-1657
Tom’s Piano Tuning is a Lansdale company offering piano tuning, repair, and rebuilding since 1977. The company’s owner is a professional musician, music teacher, and piano technician who has “spent a lifetime in the field of music performing, teaching, composing, and arranging.” Pianos are tuned by ear and with a software application, a combination that results in pianos that are “clear, resonant, and pleasing to the ear.” Additional services include key replacement and piano bench repairs.
Lansdale, PA(215) 527-7485
Woodworth Piano Service in Garnet Valley is a locally owned company whose four owners have over 100 years of combined experience. Tuning is performed by ear, without the assistance of electronics or devices. Standard tuning costs $125, and double or triple tuning with pitch raise costs between $185 and $225. The company also repairs sticking keys, broken action parts, damper issues, keyboard regulation, and touch problems. A full-service shop is also available for major repairs and rebuilding. Repair and restoration prices are determined after a thorough evaluation.
Garnet Valley, PA(610) 459-8644