Warner Pianos

Warner Pianos

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  • 217 Boxley Rd
    Maidstone, Kent ME14 2BH
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  • Mobile: 7973263609
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Warner Pianos is a family run business established in Maidstone Kent. In 1986 after 3 years of training at one of the leading piano technician training colleges Malcolm Warner started the business, restoring, repolishing and moving pianos. The business has grown and evolved and whilst we still carry out renovation work most of the pianos we sell in the showroom are new or nearly new.

Removals of pianos sold by us or from one customer to another are also carried out within Kent and the surrounding counties. 

Sales of new and nearly new  pianos from the showroom and online.
 You are welcome to come and try the pianos we hold in stock at any time,  please ring first as we have a busy tuning schedule tuning pianos for customers in their homes.

Hire is also an option both long and short term with competetive rates.

Case repairs can also be carried out in your home on satin and polyester cases.
Silent piano systems  can be installed on your existing instrument allowing you  to practice in silence until you are ready for a public  performance to your friends and family.  We are specialists at installing these syste


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