Thank you so much for the fast and excellent service. Props all around! Amber B. Willows, CA
Piano Moving is logistically challenging. The fact is, when a piano is moved improperly, there is an increased chance of property damage or bodily harm, hence the relatively high insurance premiums paid in this industry. Due to the sheer weight and inherent inertia of pianos, ordinarily simple situations such as damp surfaces or slight inclines on gravel or grass are quite challenging. Furthermore, delicate components on the instrument such as pedals, legs, and finishes are easier to damage due to the weight of piano.
Given that we move many new pianos, as well as pre-owned instruments, our movers are keenly aware of the problems they may encounter and can save you hundreds in repairs simply by doing the job correctly.We quote by the job, so if we need extra time we'll take it, and unless there is something about the job which was not made clear to us beforehand, we will honor the price given for the job.
We would tell you to shop around and call us last, but the truth is, we are the only dealer of new and used pianos between Sacramento, Medford, OR and Reno, NV, and the only specialty piano moving company in the NorthState. There are a couple of moving companies who do a pretty darn good job, but they also do household moves and simply don't encounter as many "interesting" situations as we do.
Fill to the request form and we'll call you with some questions and a quote. In the meantime, here are some ballpark prices for piano moving.
Upright Moves: $150 and up
Grand Moves: $250 and up
Upright Moves in the home: $75
Grand moves in the home: $50 (not broken down) $150 (broken down)
Upstairs delivers $10/per stair
Steps - 1-4 are free, however, in a flight of stairs ALL stairs are counted.