Carmel, Indiana  
Find out why Carmel Piano Movers is Central Indiana's leader in piano and organ moving and storage services.
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Pianos and organs should only be trusted to professional movers. We understand and appreciate the value of your instrument, and treat it with the utmost care.
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In between locations? Your piano or organ is a valuable asset which needs a climate-controlled storage facility to maintain its quality.
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You will not find a better combination of piano restoration facilities and professionally trained piano technicians anywhere in the Midwest.
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Professional Piano Tuning and Action Repair is as much an art as it is a science. Let our piano tuning professionals make your instrument sound and feel like new again.
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Pianos and organs are a major investment for many. Let our Piano Cabinet Repair team make you piano look like it did the day you bought it!
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Piano Tuning & Action Repair

Set a regular tuning schedule

In order to keep proper string tension, pianos should be tuned at least twice a year. For heavy or professional use, more frequent service is required.

For concerts and recording sessions, contact Carmel Piano Movers to arrange a tuning before the performance.


Only Professional Care

When it comes to piano tuning and repair, only trust your instrument to professionally trained and certified technicians.

Keep in mind, a piano technician must first be a musician in order to repair a piano to the specifications of a musician.

When it comes to your valued piano, don't take chances. Rest assured that your piano will be maintained by the best with Carmel Piano Movers.



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Piano Action

The main components of the action are wood and felt. And the most prestigious piano manufacturers still assemble the mechanism by hand.

Because piano action is affected by normal usage as well as changing temperature and humidity levels, most manufacturers recommend that the action be regulated at least once every two years to maintain optimal action.