If it has been more than a year since the piano was serviced, it will most likely (but not always) need a pitch correction. This is essentially a double tuning consisting of a rough pass to get it in the ballpark, followed by fine tuning to refine and stabilize. This service is necessary if the piano is far enough off pitch that a basic tuning won’t be enough to create a stable tuning. The need for a pitch correction can only be determined after the piano’s pitch has been measured. Should the piano need a pitch correction, this can be done on the same visit.