What can go wrong in a piano?
Over time, and with regular use as well as general wear and tear, a piano often needs remedial repairs to get it working properly again. The keyboard may need to be regulated and adjusted, the action and pedal system may lose precision, or the instrument may develop mechanical difficulties.
In fact, anything can happen. For example, as well as temperature and humidity changes, accidents may cause damage. An enthusiastic youngster could have been a little too, well, enthusiastic and broken something. Or, you may have accidentally dropped an object – even crumbs – into the piano.
Don’t be concerned, but equally – don’t try and repair things yourself. Whether you have a grand, baby grand or an upright piano, it’s Moonlight Pianos to the rescue.