RENTING A PIANO CAN BE A SOUND DECISION
No pun intended…
Perhaps you have a child in the family who expresses an interest in learning to play the piano, but you are not sure if this is just a passing fancy. Since a piano represents a substantial purchase, it can be a wise decision to simply choose our rental program. Here’s why. You get the piano of your choice, new or certified pre-owned, upright, baby grand, or grand, and you have six months to make sure that your child is committed to the instrument, at which point you can simply choose to convert the rental into a purchase by making a phone call. Renting makes getting your family into the world of music a simple, safe, and comfortable decision.
The great part is this..if you decide to change from rental to purchase, your monthly payments remain exactly what they already were, and the 6 monthly payments you have already made apply completely to the purchase!
In addition, if for some reason you wish to continue, but you have decided to exchange the piano for a different model, (for example, from an upright to a baby grand) that is also possible.
The minimum rental period is six months with unlimited duration. The first six months of rental payments apply toward the purchase of the piano if you choose to buy.
Terms of Payment:
First payment due by delivery date plus cartage charges, two ways. Succeeding rental and tax payments are due one month after delivery and every month thereafter until the piano is returned to The Piano Gallery. Payments received ten or more days past the due date must include a 10% late charge.
If the renter decides to purchase the piano, the first six months of rental payments will be deducted from the purchase price. Sales tax will be added to the purchase price of the piano.
Damage or Loss:
The Piano Gallery guarantees that the piano will be delivered tuned and in good working order. Renter acknowledges receiving the piano in good condition. Renter will return the piano to owner in good condition except as noted. If the piano is damaged while in renter’s possession, renter will be responsible for the cost of repair, up to the current value of the piano. If the piano is lost while in renter’s possession, renter will pay owner its current value.
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