Regular maintenance is essential not only to provide a reliable, in-tune instrument on which to make music, but also to preserve the instrument for years of service by addressing minor maintenance issues before the become a problem.
Most pipe organs need two visits per year: once when the weather gets cold (Christmas Tuning) and again when the weather warms up (Easter Tuning). This is not the case for every instrument; some only require one visit a year while others may need monthly or even weekly attention. Careful maintenance will keep an instrument reliable and the tuning stable. Below are some of the areas that are addressed on a standard maintenance visit.
Whether a small one-manual tracker, continuo organ or a large electro-pneumatic instrument, each organ recieves the same quality care. Should you have any questions or would like to schedule a maintenance visit, please don't hesitate to contact me.