Many piano owners haven’t the slightest idea whether or not their piano is worth a great deal, or next to nothing. The most accurate way to determine the value of a used piano is to have an experienced local piano technician perform a detailed assessment of the piano and its condition.
Many factors affect a piano’s value, including: age, geographic location, the condition of the piano’s cabinet,
structure and inner parts, and the eagerness of the potential buyer (or seller).
Any piano is ultimately worth what someone is willing to pay for it, but having an appraisal on hand for those unsure prospective buyers can be a big help.
Whether for yourself, an insurance claim, or an estate entitlement, we can help in the appraisal of your piano.