Selling your piano?
You can benefit from fair trade prices, unbiased advice and industry leading part exchange packages.
Here at Broughton Pianos we make selling your current piano easy. You can benefit from fair trade prices, unbiased advice and industry leading part exchange packages.
With over 35 years of piano sales experience we have purchased over 5 million pounds in acoustic pianos domestically and internationally in the last 10 years alone.
When trying to provide accurate valuations on used upright or grand pianos we will require some basic piano details, such as piano make and model, serial number, history of maintenance i.e. tuning, reason for sale and a few photographs.
If you are thinking about trading in your own piano, we provide excellent part exchange packages. We might not offer you quite as much as a private buyer but we see value in being able to provide a professional service which saves you all the hassle of having to advertise the piano privately, having strangers coming into your home for viewings etc. An added benefit with us is that of course you can keep your piano until your new instrument arrives. Easy and straight forward.
Unfortunately, if your piano is older than 80 years old and in original condition the chances are that it will have no residual value and often the disposal fee outweighs the instruments value. We charge £145 for upright piano disposals and £295 for grand pianos within a 30-mile radius of our showroom. These prices are subject to access restrictions and obstacles on collection such as steps, gravel driveways and garden entrances.
If you are unsure if your piano falls into the ‘Piano disposal’ category, then please contact us at either of the following: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01562 731113.
Sell Your Piano to Broughton Pianos Today
If you are interested in selling your upright or grand piano to Broughton Pianos then please take the time to fill out our online form below and answer all questions as accurately and honestly as you can.
Once received, our piano purchasing team will begin processing this information to obtain a valuation on your piano. We will then call you to discuss your options and, if a purchasing price can be negotiated, arrange collection of the piano. The piano collection service is free of charge.
Due to the high number of inquiries we receive please assume that if you have not had a response within 7 working days that unfortunately we will not be looking to purchase your instrument.