© Alaska Piano Inc.

 

Sales, Nationwide Moving & Piano Services
Since 1986

Steinway and Yamaha Concert Trained Technician 

Anchorage, Girdwood, MatSu-Valley, Talkeetna, Seward, Kenai, Homer, Kodiak, Juneau, Sitka, Dillingham

Dan McElrath
Registered Piano Technician
Chief Concert Technician
Cameron Cartland
Registered Piano Technician
David Chiu
Piano Technician 

Alaska Piano Services Inc. is an

Authorized Representative for Steinway & Sons, Boston and Essex Pianos

Offering Piano Sales

Services and Training

 Piano Sales 

Concert Tuning, Voicing and Regulation

Climate System Installation

Player System Installation & Maintenance

Complete Rebuilding Services Available

Piano Crating and Moving Statewide and Nationally 

Steinway Concert School of New York

Yamaha Concert Training

Yamaha Disklavier Technician

Certified PianoDisc Player Installers

Certified Steinway Spirio Technicians

Certified DamppChaser Service and Installation

Touchweight Analysis

Yamaha Certified Electronic Keyboard Repair

Dan McElrath 

Cameron Cartland

David Chiu 

 David Chiu : Alaska Piano Services New Technician
 Alaska Piano Services Invests in training and investig in our community. Tristan Kamai is being trained with Alaska piano Services Inc. as a new Technician

Tristan Kamai 

Tristan Kamai is our newest Trainee! Tristan is a full time student at Anchorage Christian School and will be graduating in 2020. He is also a part time student at Grand Canyon University. He is working to earn his Piano Technician Certification and then off to college for his degree in Business Administration. 

Tristan also plays percussion as a volunteer for youth events in the community and for Refuge City Church in Anchorage. He is an awesome addition to our team and can be found shadowing one of our technicians and helping as part of our moving and crating crew. 

What is a Registered Piano Technician or RPT?

 

 

The field of Piano technology is an unregulated trade. Therefore the Piano Technicians Guild has set its own standards of quality for piano technicians. The Guild has two types of members: Registered Piano Technicians and Associates. Associate membership is open to anyone with a "professional or avocational interest in piano technology." On the other hand, the title of "Registered Piano Technician" must be earned by passing a series of examinations.

 

Here are our official descriptions of these categories :

 

A Registered Piano Technician (RPT) has passed a series of rigorous examinations on the maintenance, repair, and tuning of pianos.  Only RPTs are authorized by The Piano Technicians Guild to display the logo containing the words “Registered Piano Technician”.

 

An Associate is a member who has not passed the RPT examinations.  Associates may be studying piano technology and working toward RPT status, or may be piano retailers, rebuilders, refinishers or other specialists.” 

 

~Excerpts were taken from the official PTG website. Additional information can be seen at www.ptg.org

 
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