All scheduling is handled through my online Self-Scheduling system. However, if you run into problems or need more information to determine what service to select, please email me at

Information about the most commonly requested services including pricing can be found below.

Brandon has now been working on my piano regularly for well over a year. His work is thorough and professional, and he listens to my concerns about my piano and any particular problems I’m having with the tone or the touch. I appreciate his work to keep my piano in good condition, which is important for a working professional pianist.
— Ty T. - Birmingham, AL



This is much more than a piano tuning. It's the best option for clients who want to maintain their piano at peak performance or who are ready to catch up on some deferred maintenance of an older piano. Depending on your piano's unique needs, this may include tuning, tension adjustment, cleaning, regulation, voicing, lubrication, minor repairs, and much more.

When to choose a Full Service Appointment:

  • Your piano is used by an amateur or professional musician or a student who is at a moderately advanced or higher level and you want it maintained at peak performance.

  • You inherited or purchased a piano (or just started using your piano again after a few years) and it needs a shot or two in the arm to bring it up to date on deferred maintenance.

Though “Standard Service” appointments are only available on weekdays, Full Service appointments may be scheduled on some weekends for an additional $50. Weekend appointments have to be scheduled by email and may require a longer wait.

Standard Service $195-$245*

The right choice for most pianos in reasonable condition.


  • Initial evaluation (new clients)

  • Tension adjustment if needed

  • Fine tuning

  • Light cleaning

  • Reduce friction and fix sticky keys

  • Touch-up regulation (make it easier to play)

  • Touch-up voicing (improve quality of sound)

* New clients’ pianos or existing clients’ pianos that we haven’t serviced in over two years - $245. Existing clients’ pianos that have been regularly maintained - $195

Tension Adjustment

If it has been over 12 months since your piano was last tuned it may need a tension adjustment. This is basically an additional rough tuning (or two or three) to bring the strings closer to correct pitch so that a stable fine tuning is possible. The longer a piano has gone without tuning, the more likely a tension adjustment will be needed.

*Extended service area - 15+ miles from zip code 35209

15-24 miles - add $15 (Helena, Chelsea, Alabaster, Pinson, Trussville, Leeds, McCalla, Morris, Hueytown)
25-39 miles - add $30 (Moody, Warrior, Odenville, Springville, Montevallo, Locust Fork, Vincent, Pell City)
40-49 miles - add $45 (Oneonta, Jemison, Jasper, Sylacauga, Clanton, Lincoln)
50-64 miles - add $60 (Cullman, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Blountsville)
65-75 miles - add $75 (Gadsden, Anniston)

The cities listed above will get you a close estimate. Some cities stretch across two service areas. To get a more accurate estimate you can go to google maps and check your distance from zip code 35209 using the quickest drive.
I do travel farther than 75 miles at times to service pianos. Please contact me to discuss possibilities.

Brandon, you were prompt, professional, courteous, informative, obviously knowledgeable and there were no surprises on your charges.

The tuning job was excellent and you may use this email in your advertising.

Best regards.
— James B. - Columbiana, AL