To maintain the true value and sound quality of your piano, you should treat it with a professional tuning every six months. Delaying or not doing so will affect its value and function.
The primary reason for tuning is seasonal climate change. Since pianos are mostly made of wood; therefore, they respond to changes in temperature and humidity.
We, however, recommend that before you get your piano tuned, let it sit for a minimum of 48 hours after you move it to the new location. This enables the piano to settle down in the new atmosphere, hence making the tuning process more effective.
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