Countrywide Pianos Polyester case repairs

Countrywide Pianos Polyester case repairs

With more than 70% of all new pianos being presented in a polyester high-gloss cabinet, it is reassuring to know that we can provide in-house, and sometimes on-site polyester repair work. Being based near the historical furniture town of High Wycombe, we understand the need for a high quality repair and polishing service. Our own team of polishers have over 30 years of experience.

Polyester also known as high polished bright piano finishes is a very specialist craft. We undertake this re polishing and repair work in most parts of Buckinghamshire , indeed we are often called out to many other areas including Berkshire, Oxord, Herts and Hampshire but this does incur higher costs due to travel time .

Make no mistake, repolishing pianos is very specialist, it needs not just a highly skilled piano polisher but also a team of technicians and piano tuners too to ensure that the piano not only looks amazing after restoration but that it plays and sounds amazing too!


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  • 194 Penn Road
    High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP15 7 NU
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