The only Piano Tuner you need!
Experience you can hear
John Williams Piano Service delivers the highest level of quality. With a focus on personalized service and customer satisfaction, we’re always striving to meet and exceed expectations.
Registered Piano Technician
Active Member of the Piano Technicians Guild
Graduate of Mt. Aloysius Piano Technology program
Servicing Pianos since 1978
As a fully certified RPT (Registered Piano Technician), and a member of the Piano Technicians Guild, John Williams Piano Service offers complete service, with attention to every detail of the piano.
Humidity Control Installation & Maintenance
Designated 'Field Expert' by Damp-Chaser
Over the years, we’ve learned that great service begins and ends with experienced and highly trained professionals, which is what we offer. We have continued to train and perfect our skills by attending National conferences & continuing education. You can have complete and total confidence in our services. We have over 40 years of experience.
Where do we service?
Westmoreland County: Ligonier, Latrobe, Derry, Greensburg, Irwin, Murrysville, Monroeville,
Indiana County: Indiana, Blairsville, Homer City, Brush Valley, Clymer,
Cambria County: Johnstown, Ebensburg, New Florence, Portage, Cresson,
Somerset County: Somerset, Friedens, Berlin, Central City, Hooversville & more
Meeting Your Needs
We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of job that comes our way. With John Williams Piano Service, clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results.
COMPLETE PIANO SERVICE
John Williams Piano Service is your best choice when piano service is needed; concert halls, performing art studios, schools, churches & homes. References from any of these are available upon request.
Since its founding, John Williams Piano Service has been one of the most trusted names in the industry. Hire us for this service and learn how we cater to the needs of each client and each piano, ensuring the results you need and deserve.
We have answered some common questions briefly; for much more information, please call us or visit PTG.org
-How often should my piano be serviced? Once a year is usually sufficient.
-Should I use an Registered Piano Technician (RPT) to service my piano? YES! This is one thing that separates the technician that is fully trained vs. someone that just decided to call themselves a tuner with little or no training.
-What is voicing? This is the process of adjusting the density of the felts covering the hammers striking the string to produce a warmer or brighter tone.
-What is regulation? Regulation is the adjustment of the mechanical aspects of the pianos to compensate for the effects of wear, the compacting and settling of cloth, felt, and buckskin, as well as dimensional changes in wood and wool parts due to changes in humidity.
-How do I clean my piano? Clean keys by occasionally wiping them with a damp cloth and drying them immediately.
-How do I select a piano? My child is just starting out, isn't this free piano good enough? Buy the best piano you can afford. Have a piano technician evaluate a piano before you buy & move it. Generally free pianos need a substantial amount of work.
-What is humidity control & do I need it? Piano humidity control systems are the best way to protect your piano by reducing the fluctuations in humidity levels around your piano. Changes in humidity are one of the most damaging influences on pianos.
John Williams, RPT will be happy to discuss these & other questions, or you can visit the PTG.org website. Click the Learn More link below to go to the Piano Technicians Guild (PTG.org) and read about Piano Care (Service & Maintenance). Information about humidity control can be gained by visiting PianoLifeSaver.com