Moore’s Piano Service was founded on the basis of honesty and integrity, we live by the Golden Rule, treating our customers the way we want our service providers to treat us. We reflect this in our pricing and our quality of work. We back this up with our Risk Free Guarantee!
We know that music touches lives in may ways, we work to share this with our clients daily! Whether it is a simple tuning or a complicated repair we strive to achieve a level of service that is unmatched!
We currently tune for many families in the N.E. Indiana and N.W. Ohio area.
We also tune and repair for a variety of commercial customers and concert venues such as Fort Wayne Philharmonic, RAM Backline/Foellinger Theatre for the Don McLean, Aretha Franklin and Garrison Keillor concerts, substitute technician for Ohio Northern University, Covenant UMC, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Heritage High School, Garrett-Kaiser-Butler Schools, Taylor Chapel, Calvary Baptist Church, Faith Baptist Church, Community Christian Reformed Church, North Christian Church and St. Jude Catholic Church.
Ron Moore, owner of Moore Piano, is a highly trained and experienced piano technician. A native of Indiana, he has lived in Ft. Wayne for over 14 years and has tuned and repaired thousands of pianos for clients throughout northeastern Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Meet Ashley is our scheduling coordinator. She has been working in the piano industry since 2020. Before discovering the best career ever, she enjoyed over 15 years of creating exceptional customer experiences in both management and training roles.
Ashley studied at Hawaii Pacific University earning her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2010. She went back to school in 2019 and graduated with her Master of Business Administration from Maryville University in Saint Louis in 2021. She is passionate about making life easier for our clients and technicians.
Ashley has been a life-long music lover. In school, she played the clarinet, trombone, baritone, and every percussion instrument available to her. She loves to sing and has performed in several choirs and as a solo artist. She plays guitar and has begun piano lessons though she has played a little bit by ear over the years.
In addition to enjoying music, Ashley enjoys cooking and exploring restaurants with family and friends. She is a devoted mother and aunt. She is also an amateur writer who loves “Dad Jokes” and a good story.