Your piano is a beautiful piece of furniture that, if well taken care of, can provide a lifetime of musical entertainment for you and your family. The piano action is a marvel of engineering, which needs to be kept in good adjustment as accurately as any fine watch. The intricate parts of this mechanism are sturdy and are designed to absorb, for many years, the hardest blows a pianist's fingers can deliver, and they will do so as long as they are kept in good condition and in the proper relationship to each other.

You should play your piano as often as possible. You will learn to appreciate the superb craftsmanship and artistry of the people who created it.

For more piano care and tips see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) or contact us and we'll be glad to help.


Testimonials

Jackson Berkey - "Peninsula residents west of Seattle are indeed fortunate to have such expertise available for tuning and servicing..." Read more... 

Marcelle S. - "The only thing I ever really wanted was to have & play a grand piano." And now I have it, thanks to you Ira..." Read more... 

Kathy Lea - "The work that Ira did on my 85 year old piano was phenomenal! The sound of the piano is improved 1,000 fold..." Read more... 

David Sheldahl - "Ira Langlois, installed a state of the art player system from PianoDisc and it plays my piano to perfection..." Read more... 

Overton Berry, Jazz Pianist - "The craftsmanship in the making of this piano displays an artistic sensitivity to every detail..." Read more... 

Marina Lashkul - "I am a professional pianist, accompanist, and piano teacher. Mr. Langlois' pianos play just gorgeously!..." Read more... 

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FAX: (360) 373-3942
info@langloispiano.com

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