You Should Rent (not buy) a Piano
Our top reasons why you should rent, not buy, a piano, and even more great reasons why you should rent with us. We hope you do!
Rent for as long as you like and return your piano when you don’t need it anymore. Never worry about whether you chose the right one or how you’ll move it to your new house. PianoPiano lets you change your piano as often as you want (how many piano stores can say that?)
Renting makes a great gift. You don’t have to worry if you got the right piano or the right color. Surprise your loved one with a piano delivery, and exchange it if its not right. We even deliver on Christmas Day – complete with delivery team in Santa hats.
Rental payments are always lower than the monthly payment to purchase a piano. And since PianoPiano buys our pianos directly from the manufacturers, if you do ever decide to buy, you’ll get the guaranteed lowest price.
Earn Credit while you Rent
You can use your first 12 months of rent towards the purchase of the piano you’re renting or any other piano we have of equal or greater value. You can choose to purchase at any time, but you never have to.
Brand new Pianos
Choose from a wide selection of brand new pianos, delivered to you right out of the box.
Well Maintained Pianos
We own our pianos and intend to for a long time so we make sure they are well maintained and in “like new” condition. Any piano you receive from us is ready to play and looks great.
Have your piano delivered to your home in as little as 24 hours. Our delivery team has over 40 years of experience and has carried pianos up more flights of stairs than you can count. They know the right way to move your piano without damaging any of its 8,000 moving parts.
PianoPiano has teamed up with the top piano technicians in New York and beyond. Once your piano is delivered, one of our technicians will contact you for in home tuning. Need to have it tuned again, just contact us.
Pianos Never Change
Piano manufacturers have been making the piano exactly the same way for hundreds of years. Walk into any piano store, and you’ll find exactly the same thing you would have seen 10, 20 or 50 years ago. The only reason pianos have increased in cost and value is because labor has become more expensive. And unless you buy a particular type of piano (ahem, usually a certain brand made before 1970) the value of that piano will never go up. So why invest so much in something you’ll never see a return on? Rent your piano, and you’ll never have to put it on Craig’s List or Ebay.
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