A piano that is regularly tuned every six months, will usually require a fine tune. The price for this is £60.
If a piano has not been tuned for a while, then it's likely that it will have slipped significantly out of tune. In this case it will require a pitch raise (a rough tune in addition to the fine tune) in order to bring it up to concert pitch. A pitch raise costs £85. There are very rare occasions when the piano is extremely out of tune and needs two rough tunes before the fine tune, in which case the cost is £105.
There may be a small additional charge for travel expenses for some jobs outside of Cambridge.
I offer a £5 discount on the first tuning for new customers - just mention the website.
I charge a minimum call-out fee of £20. This is what I will charge if I arrive at an appointment and nobody's home, so do always remember to note our appointments down in your diary. I will always wait for twenty minutes after the appointment time to give a customer time to arrive in case they're running late. If you suspect that you'll be later than that, then please call me to let me know as far in advance as possible.