Here's a common list of questions that we usually ask on every piano move we complete. Although there are many more questions, these are the most common ones.
If we're moving a piano out of a location the first question we always ask is, how'd it get here? Once you know that then you'll be able to retrace the route and make sure it's still feasible to move the piano out the same way it came in.
An important question to ask when planning to move a piano is whether it's being moved to a different floor. If it's now on the first floor being moved to the third floor, there's definitely additional questions that need to be answered.
Moving an antique piano takes much more initial planning than moving a newer piano. The newer ones have much better supports to ensure that the internals of the piano will be secure
If you're moving a piano in town then it's definitely going to be a same day move. However if you're traveling across country then you'll need to plan for that move before you even start.
If the piano in question has just been bought then you need to measure it out to make sure it will fit where it's supposed to be going. If it doesn't there are other options to take but there's nothing like when it just fits.
Does the piano need to be moved in a hurry for some sort of use. If you need the piano to be moved in a hurry then we do have an expedited service available that can move it in a hurry.
We understand that moving is stressful so we only hire movers with friendly dispositions, then teach them to be the best!
It might seem like a mindless endevour but there is a big difference between a professional move and amateur hour.
Every move is different, ripe with potential logistical snags. We train, train, train and then send our movers out into the wild.
Whether you are completing a DIY move and want some advice or are hiring a moving company to complete your move, we'd love to talk to you!
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