Beverly Wells, owner of Piano Craft, has more than 30 years experience tuning, repairing, restoring, and refinishing pianos. But her expertise doesn’t end there. She can also evaluate the type of piano that’s best suited to the needs of a particular musician, and help the buyer find the best piano, at the best value, for its intended use. She can even help locate the perfect piano for any player, from beginning musician up to professional performer. Occasionally Piano Craft has fully cleaned, regulated and tuned pianos for sale, with a limited warranty, so always check with Beverly first before purchasing a new or used instrument.
For those selling a piano in a private-party transaction, Beverly can provide an appraisal that will support a fair price, and can advise the seller on how to find an appropriate buyer.
Piano Craft charges a modest fee for purchase and sale consultations, depending on the services required. As with all Piano Craft services, a complete list of costs and services will be provided before any charges are incurred.
Buying or selling a piano may be one of the largest financial transactions you make, and its consequences can be far-reaching. With so many brands, styles, sources, and types of pianos available, purchasing a piano can be daunting, if not downright stressful, even for the most accomplished musician.
Before you buy or sell a piano, let Piano Craft perform a comprehensive and thorough evaluation of its condition, provide a written assessment of any repairs or restoration required, and provide you with an appraisal of its estimated market value. Only then are you equipped to make an intelligent, well-informed purchase or sale decision.
Buying and selling pianos are important events in our lives. It can be an exciting and rewarding time but can also be stressful. Please contact Piano Craft for a free phone consultation. We can help guide you through the process.
We highly recommend that all pianos be assessed by one of our independent technicians before you buy. Our fee for this inspection is minimal especially considering the cost of moving a piano and the complexity of the instrument itself. Contact us for more information.