World Pandemic Disrupts Spring Piano Service

An Update from Daniel & Pianocare907

I would like to provide a quick update concerning my availability for piano tunings this spring and a ‘Spring Cleaning’ service I will be offering for the rest of this year. But more importantly, I hope and pray that you and your families are healthy, safe and not discouraged during this uncertain time.

The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted normal life and work for most of us, and of course it is not safe or responsible for me to visit clients’ homes to service pianos at this time. While I had to cancel my international travels this spring, the fact that I had planned some time off ended up being quite timely. Following the local mandate for non-essential businesses, I have postponed spring piano service until we enter Phase 2, hopefully late-May, however I still have my prescheduled regular clients in my calendar and I’m looking forward to seeing you and your pianos later this year.

While I cannot come and service your piano in person, I do suddenly find myself with plenty of free time ๐Ÿ™‚ and I am happy to address any piano questions or concerns you might have via phone call, text, or email. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if I can be of help while we ‘hunker down’.

‘Spring Cleaning’ Piano Service Offered

Rest assured that I have my regular prescheduled clients in my calendar and I will return to normal service as soon as the mandate is lifted. At the next tuning appointment I will provide a complimentary, thorough disinfecting of your piano’s keys.

Also, for the rest of 2020 I am offering my Full-Service (level 1) interior cleaning option at a $60 to $75 discount. That tuning service will come with an additional hour of interior vacuuming, detailed cleaning, and dry lube service. I trust this ‘Spring Cleaning’ offer will be helpful to you when we are able to return to our normal lives.

In the meantime, I am enjoying some ‘socially distanced’ hikes at Kincaid Park but I’m looking forward to the time when we can return to business as usual. Thank you to those of you who are frontline workers helping us all to weather this storm, and to the rest of you: stay home, stay safe and be encouraged! ๐ŸŽน๐ŸŽถ๐Ÿ˜Š

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