How We Sell Your Piano
When we take your piano on consignment, we establish an arrangement in which Pianos n’ Pianos acts as a skilled “piano adopting agency,” facilitating an agreement between the piano buyer and seller, ensuring that both parties are treated fairly. Before we accept a piano for consignment our technicians verify that the piano is in good working order or can be corrected. After acceptance, we correct non-cosmetic furniture and instrument problems, and may correct cosmetic issues if cost-effective to do so.
We provide all consignment pianos with a warranty (parts and labor) and, for most acoustic pianos, a free trade up within 10 years.
The fact that we inspect, clean, tune, correct, demonstrate, warranty and deliver every instrument provides extra value and peace of mind to our customers. This enables us to find a buyer for your piano more quickly and at a better price than you would likely be able to do on your own. In addition, we advertise consignment pianos on our website using professional quality photos and descriptions. Our website gets hundreds of visits each day from people looking for quality used pianos. And, of course, we are available every day of the week to show prospective buyers your piano.
Consigning Your Piano – We Find The “Perfect Home” That Will Treasure It!
Pianos n’ Pianos is the largest premier source in the Denver area for quality and affordable pre-owned pianos.
We carry a wide range of pre-owned instruments, from starter pianos to intermediate mid-grade instruments, to near-new pianos. We also have a wide range of piano sizes and types, from small spinet pianos to 9′ concert grand pianos, which all come in a variety of colors and finishes.
What do I have to do to consign my piano?
The first step is to email* us some information about your piano. You should include the history of the piano, if you know it. This would include
- how long it has been in its current location and if this is less than 10 years where it was before that.
- the piano’s brand and serial number (if you know or can find it).
- the piano’s maintenance and repair history (i.e., when it was last tuned and/or repaired, any refurbishment done).
- one or more digital photos of the piano.
- please also include your phone contact information.
We will then follow up with a phone call letting you know if your piano is a candidate for consignment. If it is, we will follow up by emailing or faxing you a consignment contract that you can sign and return. We will then arrange to have your piano picked up and brought to our store.
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