South African Association of Professional Piano Tuners

Cape Town
General enquiries: 088 -123 - 8281
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The South African Association of Professional Piano Tuners has its origins as far back as 1894 when the skill of piano tuning was introduced at the The School for the Blind in Worcester.

Since then, the industry has evolved to include not only blind and visually impaired persons, but also persons with normal vision.

Today, the association is the official representing body for the piano tuning industry in South Africa and plays an important role to act as guardian to practitioners of a highly specialised trade.

Accredited members of the association adhere to a uniform standard in regards to quality of service and price control, the association’s code of conduct, and to uphold the professional image of qualified Piano Tuners in South Africa.

As a representative body, the Association can assist with advise on the following:
- Tuning of pianos
- Pitch raising on pianos
- Repairing pianos
- Moving pianos
- Polishing and general piano cabinet care
- Restoring pianos
- Valuation of pianos for insurance purposes
- Finding suitable pianos on request

The current chairman of the South African Association of Professional Piano Tuners is Lukas van der Walt and the Secretary is Riana McGregor.

Published 22 May 2012

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