Why you should use a reputable piano dealer
25th June 2015
Buying a piano is definitely a considered purchase. You have no doubt thought long and hard about the type of piano that you want and how far your budget will stretch. To save money, it can be tempting to trawl auction sites like eBay to see if you can pick up a bargain but would this really be a wise investment?
Typical problems that you get when you buy a second-hand piano from an auction site are poor tuning, worn parts, old strings and potential misuse. You have no real idea on how the piano has been used, how often it has been tuned or the environmental factors of where it’s been kept. All of these things could cause problems later on and then you end up paying out considerable sums to get the piano repaired.
When you buy privately from eBay then you won’t get any warranty, you will more than likely have to deal with the transportation and delivery and there will be less choice on the type of cabinet and finish. You would also be wise to take a piano technician with you so that they can check that the piano is in good working order.
By choosing a piano from a reputable dealer, you can avoid all this hassle and uncertainty. Instead you will benefit from:
- More choice
- Expert advice
- Manufacturer’s warranty
- Dealer’s warranty
- The piano will already be tuned
- Specialist delivery
At Broughton Pianos we recognise that purchasing a piano is an important decision. Trading for over 30 years we have been involved in piano sales across the whole of the UK and Europe as well. As international dealers, importers and exporters of new pianos and high quality used pianos we cater for all budgets.
For expert advice on what kind of piano will suit your needs and to find out more about our extensive range of pianos then please contact us now.