Piano Tuning

The industry standard for piano tuning is every six months and at minimum once per year.

Benefits of Regular Piano Tuning

When a piano is out of tune, it’s not just annoying—it’s bad for the piano. Unfortunately, maintenance in the form of regular piano tuning is often ignored by piano owners.


Pianos are complicated instruments that involve many moving and sometimes delicate parts. When one part is performing less than optimally, the other parts are affected. This can lead to short-term loss in sound quality, and long-term damage to the internal components of the piano.


It is especially important to have your piano tuned after it has been moved. When you purchase a piano from Tri-City Music, we provide free local delivery as well as one free piano tuning after delivery.

Piano Tuning

Recommended Piano Technicians

At Tri-City Music, we are committed to your complete satisfaction with our products and the service you receive. We have chosen to team up with and recommend these private contractors for piano tuning and repair because of their reputation for quality work and exceptional service.

David Dickerson

(509) 547-5471
(Based in Tri-Cities)

Clinton Dickerson

(541) 938-7551
(Based in Milton-Freewater)

Dennis Franz

(509) 697-8353
(Based in Selah)

Harry Whitaker

(509) 925-3515
(Based in Ellensburg)

Most of these piano technicians will travel up to 50-75 miles from their base. Be sure to ask whether you are located in their service area.

Have a question about piano tuning?

Give us a call at (509) 222-9829, send us a message, or stop by our showroom.


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