After a piano owner installs a climate control system into their piano, the technician then has the opportunity to provide a much higher level of service. In most instances, the piano technician will get more serious about detailed work on the piano. This is because there is less change, and the work done previously is more likely to still be there as a foundational starting point for service work.
As a result, piano regulation work and tone-altering work that is often not attended to, can get done during standard servicing sessions. Pedal work, clicks and odd noises, cleaning, tightening, misbehaving cabinet parts – there are many services that exist beyond tuning. Many of them involve more detailed work and can help bring out the most in a grand piano or any given instrument.