Taylor Pianos Ltd

Taylor Pianos Ltd

Buying a piano is a big investment – financially, and also both in terms of the space it will occupy in your home and the commitment you are making to the well-being of the instrument. Whether you are buying it for yourself or for your children to play, which piano is best for you will be a very personal decision.

With over 13 years of working as a piano technician, Joseph Taylor is ideally placed to make an objective assessment of an individual's needs and advise on the best piano for you, whether you are buying a new or restored instrument.

Our stock of pianos is always changing, but amongst the makes of piano that we regularly carry, you will find Steinway, Bechstein, Bluthner, Yamaha and Perzina.

If you are looking to sell your piano, we are also happy to provide ann offer 



Contact Information

  • Unit 15 Wroslyn Road Industrial Estate,
    Wroslyn Road,
    Freeland, Oxfordshire OX29 8HZ
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Did You Know Piano Facts

Polyester and Pianos.
Polyester began as a group of polymers in W.H. Carothers' laboratory. Carothers was working for DuPont at the time when he discovered that alcohols and carboxyl acids could be successfully combined to form fibres. Polyester as a polish is a three-component paint that utilizes the resin, catalyst and accelerant. Thanks to its tight molecular structure, polyester has a solid content which gives the product superior mechanical and chemical resistance to scratches The application of Polyester finishes requires specialized equipment and machinery to produce a quality product. Polyester is specified when high scratch resistance and 100% sheen are needed.

Cleaning Polyester on Pianos
For everyday cleaning, wipe your piano with a clean, damp (not wet) cloth, followed by a clean dry cloth. If more stubborn soils do get on the finish, you may try dipping your cloth in a mild soap and water solution before wiping, and then follow that with a cloth dampened in clear water, and then the dry cloth.