Book your Piano tuner today!

Dublin Piano Tuner now taking bookings in Wicklow, Meath, West Meath, Kildare and Louth.

Get your Piano Tuned today. All tunings include a free evaluation upon request.

Call 0872371541

or alternatively fill out the form below and I will ring to arrange a tuning at your earliest convenience.

Book your Piano Tuner Today

Book Piano Tuner

September is upon us and Piano lessons are looming. Book your piano tuning today to get a headstart on the new season.

Fill in the contact form below and we can arrange  a visit for your earliest convenience.

Alternatively call 087 237 1541 to Book your tuning now

Affordable rates guaranteed.

“Un-tunable Pianos”


Have you been told your Piano is un-tunable? This is most likely not the case. In many situations, a tuner will tell you this as the piano is unlikely to ever reach concert pitch A440 again.

People have different expectations for their piano and most of the time the owner might be happy to just have the piano tuned to itself. There are exceptions of course but in general, something can be done to get the piano playing again.

There are a wealth of older pianos sitting out there un-tuned.

Turn that piece of furniture into an instrument.

If you want to bring a Piano back from the dead and get some enjoyment out of it…

Call fox piano tuning today 087 237 1541

and we will arrange an appointment for your earliest convenience.


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Be Careful buying Secondhand Pianos

Last week I got a phone call from a new customer just outside of Dublin looking to have their piano tuned. They had just bought it second hand and were told by the seller that it was in perfect condition except for needing a good tune. This is probably the most common description of a piano I see on adverts or donedeal.
In this particular case, the customer had spent 400 euro on the piano and then had paid and extra 100 for it to be moved before having it looked over. The piano looked beautiful on the surface but realistically it was a complete write-off. It had missing strings, broken hammers, woodworm, rotting felts and a cracked soundboard. The customer should have paid been paid to take it off the sellers hands. This is not an isolated incident and occurs quite a lot.
If you are buying a second hand piano online, make sure you have it looked over by a professional piano technician. It will save you a lot of heartache. Even when you think you are getting a bargain or maybe even getting it for free, it is always worth having it looked at. Pianos do not get scrapped like cars, they get passed on. Always be aware of that. Often times a seller puts a value on a piano based on an emotional attachment to it, when it can quite often be of little or no value to anyone else. There are thousands of moving parts in a piano that can break. It is not just a set of strings that go out of tune.

Be smart. Have it looked over before you buy.