Buckley Pianos

Buckley Pianos

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  • Buckley, Flintshire Ch72bs
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We operate a nationwide piano transport / removals service based in the North West. We have a vehicle in London weekly, and in the areas of North-Wales, Cheshire, Wirral, Liverpool, Manchester and Yorkshire we are usually able to work to a very short notice period.

Buckley Pianos first began its piano transport and removals operations in 1985, with our principal areas of business covering Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. Today our services are now often employed on a UK-wide basis, and we always look forward to hearing from clients wherever they may be located. In particular, in addition to the work we do for our local client base, our transport and removals services are often engaged in the cities of Birmingham and London and their surrounding areas.

As a family-run business, our guarantee to you is that we will care for your piano from the start to finish as if it were our own. To this end your piano will only ever by handled by us

We are fully insured to move pianos and carry public liability insurance


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Piano Removals

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