Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland Piano Removals

Perhaps you're looking for a company to move your piano, or perhaps you are just moving house and need a company that can do both. The following pages list companies that specialise in moving pianos and companies who do general house removal and have the equipment to move your piano. Some companies just do local deliveries, some pick up in your town and will deliver anywhere in the UK Others can pick up anywhere and deliver anywhere in the UK, Ireland and Europe..

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Did You Know Piano Facts

What is Piano Tuning
Piano tuning is the art of making minute adjustments to the tensions of the strings of a piano to properly align the intervals between their tones so that the instrument is in tune will all the intervals on the piano. The meaning of the term in tune in the context of piano tuning is not simply a particular fixed set of pitches. Fine piano tuning requires an assessment of the interaction among notes, which is different for every piano because of the different lengths of string and the wooden bridges, thus in practice requiring slightly different pitches from any theoretical standard. Pianos are usually tuned to a modified version of the system called equal temperament. In all systems of tuning, every pitch may be derived from its relationship to a chosen fixed pitch, which is usually A440. Concert pitch Many piano manufacturers recommend that pianos be tuned twice a year.