Welcome to AMH Pianos Services London, we like to share a little bit of information about who we are and the services we provide throughout London. Andrew Martin Howard is the founder and managing director of our business. Andy Howard moved to London and set up the business over seven years ago. The name derives from Andy’s initials, AMH (Andrew Martin Howard).
A few words from our Founder
Our Rapid Development in London
The business has grown and developed rapidly over the past several years, and we can offer lots of services to the general public, institutions and businesses. We have offices in Eltham (Royal Borough of Greenwich), Holborn (London Boroughs of Camden) and Brixton (London Boroughs of Lambeth).
Due to our rapid development of both areas of London which we serve, we have now set up an extra workspace in central London and south west London so we can deal with the ever-increasing enquiries. We felt this was important to serve our clients more efficiently. Because of the nature of our work, we travel all across grater London, operating across all boroughs and sub-districts of the city.
We fix and look after Acoustic Pianos
We work purely with acoustic pianos, both upright and grand pianos and we can fix anything from a sticky note, a broken string to a full restoration of any make or model of piano. We Service Pianos, Repair Pianos, Tune Pianos, and we can even provide you with Piano Removals. In addition to all our services also have many pianos for sale.
Giving back to the London Community
As a company, even though we work is incredibly hard to develop the business and support our customers, we still find time to offer charity work. For example, we tuned the piano for the remembrance garden for the Grenfell Tower disaster that sadly burnt down and took the lives of 72 people. We provide charity work to the local children hospices for their music rooms.
And many other examples. Even though Andy is incredibly busy is now embarked to run the London marathon in 2020, raising money for a local sports club for people with various disabilities. If you would like to follow Andy’s progression, check the blog as we will give regular updates for different runs and different parts of London for the preparation of next year London marathon.