Piano House Ltd

Piano House Ltd

Contact Information

  • Houldsworth Business & Arts Centre
    Houldsworth Street
    Stockport, Cheshire SK56DA
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  • Mobile: 07768 938 180
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Piano House Ltd have been based in the Greater Manchester, and Cheshire area for the past 20 years, Martin Locke offers a quality personal service as a qualified piano technician, which is second to none.

From our showroom we can find, supply and service your new or good quality second hand instrument.

Martin also offers a reconditioning, valuation, concert and domestic piano tuning service, including repairs and regulation of your piano.

Please, do not hesitate to contact us on +44(0) 161 442 6288 if you have any query about purchasing a piano or if you require information about tuning a piano or servicing a piano. We are based in the Northwest; however we do supply pianos throughout the UK. 


Other Information

Other Categories:

Piano Shops

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