Sherwood Phoenix

Piano Disposal Service

Give your piano the farewell it deserves with Sherwood Phoenix Disposal Service.

If you have tried to sell your piano privately, phoned around to see if you can donate it or even give it to a family member and still have had no success, this is the service for you. Please watch the video above to learn more about what options you have with your old piano and how we may be able to help you.  

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Why Sherwood Phoenix?

Expertise: Our team of piano specialists understands the sentimental value attached to your instrument. We handle each piano with care, ensuring a smooth and respectful disposal process. 

Eco-Friendly: We are committed to our environmental responsibility. We recycle and repurpose piano components whenever possible, minimizing waste and contributing to a greener planet. 

Seamless Process: We take the hassle out of piano disposal. From initial consultation to scheduling, dismantling, and removal, our efficient process ensures a stress-free experience for you. 

Licensed and Insured: Your peace of mind is important to us. Sherwood Phoenix is fully licensed and insured, providing you with the confidence that your piano disposal is in safe hands. 

Flexible Options: Whether you have an upright, grand, baby grand, or even a player piano, we have the expertise to handle them all. We tailor our services to meet your specific needs and piano type. 

Our Disposal Process:

Consultation: Reach out to us for a consultation. We’ll discuss your piano’s condition, your preferences, options and provide an estimate for the disposal service.

Scheduling: We work around your schedule to find a convenient time for piano removal. Our team arrives with the necessary tools and equipment.

Dismantling: Our skilled technicians carefully dismantle the piano, ensuring that reusable parts are salvaged for future projects.

Environmentally Friendly Disposal: We recycle the non-reusable parts, ensuring that the impact on the environment is minimized.

Final Goodbye: Watch as your piano takes its final bow, knowing that it will be respectfully laid to rest or repurposed for a new life.