Collection: Grand Piano Removal

House contents are usually valued low for Probate purposes as most executors find that there is no real market for antique items. On account of their size and weight, a grand piano is often the last house hold item to be removed during a goods clearance. You must first find a new owner who wants the piano, which is the hardest part and can take months to do. Then it has to be tuned or serviced by a professional technician prior to selling, as a piano is first and foremost a musical instrument and must play properly in order for it to sell, as people nowadays no longer accept pianos as just being a nice piece of furniture. Finally, to have it removed, a professional piano moving company must be used, as many regular furniture removal companies won't take a piano with the other house hold items.

O'Briain Pianos provide a free and permanent removal service providing the piano is reasonably good, in restorable condition, has no woodworm or major cracks, can hold its tune, and is situated on a ground floor.

Please Note: We don't buy pianos or donate them to charity, thank you!

Whatsapp 10 clear images of the piano to: 0871497607

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