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PIANOS

Protect them and cut carbon and costs.

Does your house of worship have a piano?  It's a beautiful addition to your services, weddings and more.  And it was a big investment; LCAN understands why you want to protect them and keep them in tune.

Yet if you’re responsible for paying your congregation’s utility bills, you may have noticed they keep going up and wondered, “Can we adjust the thermostat when our sanctuary/temple is empty to cut costs?  Would it affect our piano?”  

 

This LCAN guidance answers those questions.  First, it discusses pipe organs and, then, pianos.

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Key Note:  Once you are monitoring humidity in or near your piano and keeping it relatively stable, the temperature of its space can be set back when it's unoccupied.  Just allow enough time for the room temperature to stabilize before the piano is tuned or played.

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