A piano is a unique and special gift. And the internet provides easy access to used piano options. If you’ve decided to buy a piano for your home or business, you should be cautious when buying used pianos of any type.   

Pianos can be very delicate instruments. For many families, a piano is also a once-in-a-lifetime purchase. Whether you’re buying for use or decoration, be careful when browsing ads. 

If you’re looking for a specific type of piano like a white baby grand, you might be best approaching one of the larger piano dealers. You may be seduced by a private seller’s less expensive price tag, but you may pay for it in the end. Your search may also be far more difficult than it would be with a reputable company that makes it their business to deliver pianos of all shapes and sizes to their customers. 

There can be hidden costs to finding a baby grand piano for sale. These include moving costs,  professional tuning, and other expenses, like a noise level monitor that keeps noise levels under control and neighbors happy.


Private Seller Or Professional Dealer?

Used piano advertisements are available from a number of different sources. However, not all are safe. It’s a huge investment, both in terms of physical size and the amount of money you’re spending. So, it’s important to make the right selection.

When buying a piano, you want to know that you’re getting what you are paying for. This can be difficult when buying online. One major reason is that you cannot hear the piano being played. You also cannot inspect it for damage. Or, ensure the authenticity of the brand.

If you do buy online, then it should be through a dealer who offers free deliveries and returns. That way, if there are any problems you can return it without hassle.