Please remove music, knickknacks, plants, home entertainment systems, and other stuff from the piano. It will save the technician time and prevent breakage. Please sweep or vacuum a little under a grand piano, just in case the technician has to lie under the piano to make an adjustment. Please make a list of anything that bothers you about the piano that you would like the technician to take a look at. Please make sure there is sufficient lighting and quiet. Note that the whirring of kitchen appliances and ceiling fans, and noisy children, can make it difficult to tune because these noises interfere with the vibrations to which the tuner listens while tuning.
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