We are the top provider of high-quality piano tuning
for Southwest Missouri.

The weather is always changing in Missouri.

Temperature and humidity changes cause the wood in your piano to expand and contract, leading to that undesirable sour sound.

You should get a new piano tuned twice a year for the first two years, then once a year thereafter.

Piano Craft makes booking a piano tuner easy. Simply call Shelley to book a tuning and our piano technician will be dispatched to your home with his or her piano tuning tools and expertise.

our springfield, mo piano tuning service is a flat rate of $125. 

This rate includes the Springfield metro area. Any further travel will result in a $1/mile travel charge.

If your instrument requires any additional repair work, our piano technician will quote you a price before the work is performed.

To book a tuning call 417-881-3035.

Piano Tuning FAQ

How often should I get my piano tuned?

Tune your new piano every 6 months for the first two years. After that have it tuned once a year. If your piano is simply used as furniture you can tune it every 2 years. Letting it sit without tuning will make it far more costly to get the piano back into playable condition.

How long will it to take to tune my piano?

For a standard piano tuning, it will take our piano tuner about 1 ½ hours to complete.

I don’t play my piano much, should I get it tuned?

Even if you don’t play your piano much, you should get it tuned every year. Temperature changes and humidity will cause the wood in your piano to expand and contract and knock the instrument out of tune. 

If you leave an instrument for years without tuning it, you risk not only hindering its ability to be tuned and stay in tune without extensive work, but the pitch will gradually lower as well.

We are moving to a new house. Will the move knock my piano out of tune?

This depends on a few factors such as how much age difference between the old and new house, where the piano will be placed in the home and if there will be a climate change. In general if you are moving within the same climate and keep your piano away from heat or air conditioning vents, windows, doors, out of basements and inside of the home, your piano should stay in tune provided it is moved by a piano moving professional.

Our piano technician will gladly answer any other questions you may have about your instrument's environment and how it can affect its sound.