Piano Covers Knowledge Base
Piano Covers
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Will A Piano Cover Protect My Piano From The Sun?

The answer to the question of whether our piano covers will protect a piano from the sun is – “it depends”. Look it’s no secret that piano’s can bleach when subjected to long periods of direct sunshine – like pretty much anything (even human hair!) and this is the sort of damage a good piano

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Piano Covers Knowledge Base
Piano Covers
Bryn

How To Search For Your Piano’s Make & Model

We have several hundred makes and models of pianos we make covers for so a very common question we come across is : How To Search For Your Piano’s Make & Model. To make it easy for you we have an advanced search facility in the header of the site: Start by typing in the model

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Piano Covers Knowledge Base
Piano Covers
Bryn

How Much Does A Piano Cover Cost?

‘How much does a piano cover cost?’ is a question we are often asked – particularly when customers are sending  us templates and measurements for what they sometimes consider is a ‘bespoke cover’. Our definition of bespoke is as follows: anything you want outside of the standard manufacture process would be considered bespoke. For example the

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Piano Covers Knowledge Base
Piano Covers
Bryn

Returns Policy

If we both do the following: confirm the make and model of your piano and where it’s not known get either the dimensions or a template, and  confirm the materials and colour (swatches are available) you require, you will not need this. So in the unlikely event that despite all of the measures taken to

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Piano Covers Knowledge Base
Piano Covers
Bryn

Can I Order A Piano Bench Cover?

Some customers have asked whether they can order a piano bench cover to go with their piano cover. The short answer is YES! All we need to manufacture one is the height, width and depth of the bench you want us to cover and we will gladly quote you a price. We will also need

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Piano Covers Knowledge Base
Piano Covers
Bryn

Why Do I Need A Piano Cover?

This is a question we are often asked. The first thing to consider is dust. Dust has a habit of getting into everything – the smallest nooks and crannies and places you would never even think it could reach. This can have a profound impact on things like wound strings which get dull when dusty,

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