Handel Pianos Ltd

Handel Pianos Ltd

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  • Verve House
    Ascot, Berkshire SL5 0DJ
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Handel Pianos is a family run business and our showrooms, located in Sunningdale, Berkshire, were established in 1992. We have been offering a huge range of high quality pianos for sale and piano services to local communities in Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire and the surrounding areas ever since.

All Handel pianos are tuned to concert pitch (A440) and each one is fully quality checked before delivery. Each one also comes with at least a 12 month guarantee.

Our friendly and expert staff are on hand Monday to Saturday to help you find the perfect piano for your needs or to arrange vital services like tuning or repair.

We buy pianos and also consider part exchange.

And once you've chosen your piano we can arrange careful, expert delivery nationwide.


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Piano Shops

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