Paregal Pianos

Paregal Pianos

At Paregal Pianos we aim to give value for money without compromise in quality. Established in Restoration & Re-polishing of all types of Pianos or Piano dealers (local & overseas), with a combined experience of over 4 decades. Our in depth knowledge of both the Instruments & the Woods used places us in a particularly unique position within the Piano & Polishing trade. A position we strive to maintain with both integrity & craftsmanship.

Looking to Buy or Rent a Piano

We deal in a wide variety of Pianos traditional & modern suitable for Everyone, from the Novice to the more Advanced Pianist. We do amazing
rental deals, starting from £30.00 a month with No deposit & Free delivery* Uprights & Grand's. You can purchase a second hand 'Paregal' Piano,
Re-polished & Restored from £1050.00. We also deal in German & Japanese Pianos such as Yamaha, Kawai, Bechstein, Steinway and highly sought
after English makes such as Knight, Marshall & Rose, Challen, Chappell, Rogers, Kemble, Zender, Eavestaff etc.. With a carefully selected range of
reconditioned uprights & an equally discerning selection of Used baby grand pianos for sale  we are sure you will agree we have tried to
encapsulate all tastes and requirements. Whatever your query, whatever your needs, give us a call. And remember, you can try it before you buy it, with
our Piano Rental & Hire Purchase Schemes covering the whole of the u

Contact Information

  • Victoria Works
    Benjamin Street
    Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF29AR
  • Phone: View Phone
  • Mobile: 0776 0766 420
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