Service and Value
With great teachers through apprenticeship and the opportunity to work with and under a Master technician immediately after hurricane Celia, I saved or helped to save hundreds and hundreds of pianos after the storm. With obtaining my registration and having the input of the Technician Guild, Mr. Green furthered his skills by attending the annul convention and classes. He attended and participated in classes by Norm Nesbitt, head piano technician at the University California Los Angles and Rick Florence of Arizona State University, Concert Tuning and Preparation and many others (regulation, installing key tops, installing Key Bushings) etc.
Mr. Green follows the code of business ethics set out the
Piano Technicians Guild;
I will act honorably and in a professional manner
I will render the best possible service under the circumstances, always keeping the best interest of my client in mind.
I will engage only in fair trade practices in the knowledge that I am reflecting the honesty and integrity for which the Piano Technicians Guild stands
I will use the name and trademarks of the Piano technician guild properly and will encourage others to do the same
I will strive to upgrade my professional skills and I will encourage and help others to do the same
I will promote, in any way that I can, good will toward my profession and toward the music industry
I will engage only in business practices that are in accord with the antitrust guidelines as set forth by the Piano Technician Guild