Our office is closed between May 25th and June 9th. If you leave a phone or online message during this time, we will get back to you after the 9th.

Call (480) 718-9047 with questions, to inquire about our rates, or to schedule an appointment.

Please note that we do not service electronic/digital instruments or organs.

You can also contact us via the form below, but a phone conversation is preferred, as it will save time, both for you and for us. (When setting up a first appointment, there is a fair amount of information that must be discussed, so we can determine your piano’s needs, answer your questions, and determine scheduling details). If using the form below, please fill out all fields that apply:





Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Subject / Nature of Inquiry

Your Piano (Make / Model / Grand or Upright)

When Was the Piano Last Tuned?

Your Location (City / Cross Streets)

Your Phone Number & Best Time to Reach You

Your Message – How Can Mesa Piano Help You?

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Some pianos require more than we can do in a standard appointment. If your piano needs additional services, such as hammer reshaping, voicing, regulation, parts replacement, key bushing reconditioning, flange repinning, or other services, we will discuss your options with you. During our regular appointments, we can evaluate the condition of your piano and make recommendations for which repairs or services will provide the most significant improvements for the least expense.

Preparing for the service appointment:

The piano must be completely opened by the technician, so please remove music books, lamps, metronomes, and any other items from the piano prior to your appointment.

A quiet environment is necessary, and greatly appreciated by your technician. The very subtle, higher frequencies the technician must hear can be easily drowned out by voices, music, TV, and running water – even if those sounds are in the next room. Ceiling fans near the piano can alter the sound waves in undesirable ways, and must be off during tuning.