Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I really save a substantial amount through adoptababygrand.com over buying from my local piano retailer? If so, how?
A. Absolutely. Piano retailers have huge overhead that must be paid through huge mark-ups. Adoptababygrand.com utiliizes a network of piano technicians who make their living tuning, repairing and rebuilding pianos. We are the first to know when a great deal comes available on a well-maintained, one-owner piano that we have been personally servicing for the original owner. Not only do we get the best deals . . . we also know our pianos.
Q. If the piano I want is not available immediately how long will it take to locate it?
A. If the piano of your dreams isn't available immediately, and it is a common size, finish and brand, it may take only a few days to find it. In most cases, as long the budget for the piano you want is realistic, one to three weeks is usually enough time to send you photos and descriptions of several pianos for your consideration.
Q. If my dream piano isn't available immediately and it has to be located is there a deposit required to obtain it?
A. Yes. We will locate it FREE OF CHARGE and provide a detailed description and photos. If you then decide it might be the piano for you there is a deposit required to obtain the piano.
Q. Will I be required to take the piano if I don't like it once I see and play it?
A. No. After your deposit is received the piano will be delivered to our shop where it will be prepared for delivery to you. It will then be delivered directly to you and and you will be able to see and play it in your own home before making a final decision. All deposits are refundable immediately upon your accessment of the piano in the location where it is intended to be played.
Q. Where are you located and what areas do you service?
A. We are located in Columbia, South Carolina. We service all of South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia, as well as northern florida and eastern Tennessee
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Did you know . . . the correct name for the piano is actually 'pianoforte' ... piano meaning 'soft' and forte meaning 'loud' because of its ability to play with expression.
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