Piano Deep Clean: $75

Plastic Keytops (white keys only)

Mileage: $2 per mile one-way

Piano Inspection: $60

Tuning a piano that is not more than 5 to 10 cents* out of tune. If it has been 2+ years since you've had your piano tuned, you most likely will require a pitch raise. Ideally, you should have your piano tuned every 6 months and definitely not less than every 2 years. Temperature and humidity changes are hard on pianos. I'll work with you to make sure your piano is in the perfect spot in your home and make sure it is in tune.


*A cent is unit of measure for musical intervals that divide an octave into 12 semitones of 100 cents each. I can tell you over the phone if you need a regular tuning or a pitch raise.

Pitch Raise -- $180

Your piano will sound better if it is clean. I will take your piano apart and fully clean out all the dust and dirt and also everything that has fallen inside the piano. I will even polish the outside of your piano along with the metal components to make your piano shine!

Types of Payments Accepted:

Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover, Check payable to Carolyn Farmer, cash, payment plan, layaway.

I will travel with a 40-mile radius of 2131 S. Weinbach Avenue. After that, mileage charges will be $2.00 per mile one-way. If I have several pianos in the same vicinity, the mileage charge can be shared.

Service call: $60

Key Leveling

Are you considering buying a used piano from a private seller? I'd be happy to take a look at it before you buy!

Regular Piano Tuning -- $125

Not to exceed $200.

Nice even keys after leveling

If your piano is more than a 5 to 10 cents* out of tune, it may require a pitch raise due to instability of the piano. Instability occurs when pianos are not tuned on a regular basis. If you need a pitch raise, I will tune your piano twice in one sitting and then establish a schedule of regular tunings. If your piano is 10 to 25 cents flat, it most likely will need tuning once again in 2 months; then once every 6 months. If your piano is  25 cents flat or more should be tuned again in 2 to 4 weeks;  then tuned again in 3 months; and then every 6 months. 


*A cent is unit of measure for musical intervals that divide an octave into 12 semitones of 100 cents each. I can tell you over the phone if you need a regular tuning or a pitch raise.

Full set: not to exceed $600.

One keytop - $15.

Chipped key? Yellowed keys? I can help!