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For over twenty five years Walters Piano Service has provided San Antonio with the finest in piano tuning, repair and restoration services in the area.
Byron Walters has a career that spans thirty years in music education. As a band director, choir director and elementary music instructor for high school, middle schools and elementary schools, Walters brings his extensive musical experience and knowledge to help you best care for your piano.
Walters has received a Master’s degree in Music and is a registered piano technician with the Piano Technicians Guild. After retirement, Walters devoted himself to his piano business full time. His passion for piano is what sets Walters Piano Service apart. You will be confident knowing your piano is receiving the best possible quality piano repair and tuning care that you can get in the San Antonio, TX area.
Knowledge of what type of environment and factors effect your piano is integral in maintaining a “healthy” instrument. It is best not to wait too long between tunings, as it becomes more and more difficult to transform any instrument back into optimal playing condition. This is when matters can get pricey!
A change in temperature, a location move or even a difference in humidity can affect the sound and timbre of your piano. Even if a piano is infrequently used, it can go out of tune. On average, a piano should be tuned once a year, however if you feel that your piano needs tuning more often than that, feel free to do so.
A new piano is recommended to be tuned 4 times a year in order to stretch its strings. Walters uses a combination of a tuning machine (Sanderson Accu-Tuner) and twenty five years of aural training in order to get your piano back in playing shape. Utmost accuracy and tonality of your piano are the goals to achieve when tuning your piano.
Piano restoration is also available. Time is your piano’s greatest adversary when attempting to remain in prime condition.
A piano and its many parts can suffer from aging. From keys to strings and hammers, as your piano gets older these ailments will arise. They can, however, be corrected. Piano restoration costs is much preferable to buying a completely new piano.
If you are looking to buy a new piano or sell a piano, Walter’s Piano Service can help with piano sales. If you are a seller, send a few pictures of your piano along with an ideal price point and a description. Walters Piano Service will search for potential buyers for you.
Buying a piano? Perhaps you are looking for something in particular like a sleek, high-quality Yamaha Grand Piano. Or maybe a regal and distinguished Steinway Grand Piano is what you have been searching for. Inform Walters Piano Service of what you are looking for and we'll attempt to find it for you.
Piano tuning cost is preferred through cash payments. MasterCard and Visa are also tenders that are accepted. On large repair and rebuilding orders, fifty percent down is required with the rest of the payment needed by the completion of the work. If needed, a monthly payment plan can be arranged.
At Walters Piano Service your satisfaction is guaranteed so contact with any piano related issues and needs!
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|Keeping your piano clean:|
|Tue Mar 04 08:45:00 EST 2014|
Keep the keyboard of your piano covered when not in use to prevent dust from accumulating. Clean your keys occasionally by wiping them with a damp cloth, being sure to dry them immediately after doing so. Do not use chemicals or solvents to clean your piano keys, and call us to remove anything from the keys that you can’t wipe away.
|Tue Feb 25 08:45:00 EST 2014|
Rebuilding a piano requires great skill, patients and care. We are experts in bringing life and beauty to pianos. Call us today to discuss your restoration project.
|Tue Feb 18 08:45:00 EST 2014|
Whether you need a touch-up for an imminent concert, a maintenance tuning for your home instrument, or more extensive repairs on an old family heirloom, our staff can bring your piano back to its optimum performance capability.
|Valentine's Day Is Near!|
|Tue Feb 11 12:15:00 EST 2014|
Candy, flowers and jewelry are all so cliché. Why not surprise your significant other with a beautifully played piano love song instead? Here's a list of the top piano love songs to help spark your imagination-http://www.allmusic.com/album/piano-love-the-greatest-love-songs-ever-mw0002456044
|Tue Feb 04 12:12:00 EST 2014|
Piano keys were originally made from ivory, hence the phrase, "tickle the ivories." It wasn't until the 1950s that environmental and economic factors forced the switch from ivory to plastic keys.
|Fact of the Day:|
|Tue Jan 28 12:08:00 EST 2014|
Did you know a piano has more than 12,000 parts?
|Stick to your resolution!|
|Tue Jan 21 12:02:00 EST 2014|
If you resolved to have a perfectly tuned piano all year round, then we can help! Give us a call today!
|Joke of the Day:|
|Tue Jan 14 12:36:00 EST 2014|
Q: What is the difference between a fish and a piano?
A: You can't tuna fish!
|How often should you tune your piano?|
|Tue Jan 07 12:32:00 EST 2014|
Moving your piano, a change in temperature or humidity can attribute to creating a piano in need of tuning. We recommend tuning your piano at least four-times per year to ensure the songs you play are perfectly on key.
|Happy New Year!|
|Tue Dec 31 12:32:00 EST 2013|
This year, we resolve to provide you with better piano repair services than ever before! Call us at (210) 307-4330 to put our resolution to the test!