What else do I need to do, to maintain my piano?
Your piano is a complex instrument made up of 9,000 to 14,000 parts, mostly made of wood. The action was regulated at the factory, in some cases to tolerances of less than .001 of an inch. These action parts swell and contract as the humidity in your home changes from season to season. In time the action must be re-adjusted to bring it back to the original factory specification. This is called Action Regulating.
Why doesn't my piano sound as good as it did when I bought it?
Over time, playing your piano will compress and cut the hammers. In order to recapture the original tone or improve the tone of your piano, the hammers can be resurfaced and voiced.