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What You'll Get
Tuning a piano is a painstaking process, from adjusting the tension of more than 200 strings to flossing the plaque out from between its keys. Get an instrumental exam with this Groupon.
$59 for a Piano-Tuning Service ($125 Value)
At each client’s home or venue, a registered technician spends 60–90 minutes tightening and loosening more than 200 strings to make melodies sound sweet again. The service includes minor repairs and adjustments to correct the instrument’s action and tone, including the adjustment of the strings with an electronic tuning device or the technician’s ear and a tuning fork—depending on client requests or what works best for the individual instrument. The technician may recommend additional services not included in this Groupon, such as repairs, regulation, or the installation of a Bach-playing boom box, but will not perform them without consent.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Extra fee for neglected or significantly out of tune pianos may apply. Valid only within 30km of Ottawa city centre. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Piano Tuners Ottawa
The changing of the seasons are harsh on a piano. The shifting heat and humidity subtly warp the wood and piles of falling leaves muffle the strings. To combat nature's adjustments, Piano Tuners Ottawa travels to homes and venues, returning pianos to playing shape. The technicians, registered with the Piano Technicians Guild, know the instrument both from the angles of a mechanic and a performer. They make fine adjustments to the strings with an electric tuning device or just a tuning fork and their ear, returning the instruments to harmony. The shop also offers repair services, refining the piano’s sound, restoring neglected models, and putting them back together after dropping them on cartoon characters.