5 Red Flags When Hiring a Piano Mover

The piano moving business: Let the buyer beware! After 15 years in the piano business, I have observed one key reality; many people claim to be able to move a piano safely, and few actually can. When you are tasked with moving an important piece like a piano, you need to be certain that you can trust the people you hire. However, these days it is becoming harder to discern who the trusted companies are, and who are not. Today,...
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Tuning A Piano After Moving

Do you Have to Tune a Piano After You Move it? Yes. You will want to have your piano tuned no sooner than a fews days after it has arrived at the new location. The reason for this is being that the piano is very sensitive to humidity and temperature changes. When you move from one place to another the specific temperature and humidity levels will be slightly different in the new location. For example, If the piano has been...
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Piano Movers Vs. House Movers

CAN A HOUSE MOVER SUBSTITUTE FOR A PIANO MOVER? Unfortunately not. Qualified and trained piano movers are highly skilled at doing one specific job- piano moving.  A piano can weigh anywhere from 400· 1500 lbs, with the average grand piano weighing in at about 650 lbs. One of the most important aspects of moving a piano is knowing exactly how to balance this heavy object. During the process of moving a grand piano the legs and pedal lyre have to...
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