It can bring you and your family a lifetime of enjoyment.
Since it is also an expensive instrument, it should be maintained with care. Regular servicing by a qualified technician will preserve your instrument and help you avoid costly repairs in the future.
Because your piano contains materials such as wood and felt, it is subject to change with seasonal conditions. Extreme swings from hot to cold or dry to wet cause its materials to swell and contract, affecting, pitch, tone and action response.
Where you place your piano in your home can reduce the severity of any climatic changes. By placing your piano in the room so that it is away from windows or doors which are opened frequently, avoiding heating and air conditioning vents, fireplaces, and areas receiving direct sunlight.