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Questions to Ask Piano and Organ Movers

If you are planning to relocate and you want to take your piano or organ with you, then you will probably need to hire professional piano and organ movers. To make certain of quality service, there are a few questions you should consider asking before you hire a service to move your instrument.

  • Does the service specialize in moving certain types of instruments?
    Transporting a large pipe organ is very different from moving a small upright piano. It is important that the moving service you choose is experienced in handling the type of musical instrument you need relocated.

  • Do they have the equipment to move pianos or organs located above ground level?
    If you live in an apartment or have your instrument above ground level, there will be specific equipment the moving service will need in order to get your piano outside. Depending on your residence, they may need to remove windows or use a crane.

  • Does the piano and organ moving service handle local and long distance transportation?
    Even if you are moving locally, it is a good idea to check that your new home is within the area where the piano service can deliver. If you are making a long distance move, you will need to ask how the service plans to ship your piano and if they offer any warranties.

  • How much will it cost to move your instrument?
    It is a good idea to get a quote from the movers before deciding to hire them. Make sure to ask about any additional fees there might be so you can be certain that the costs are within your budget.
  • Ace Relocation Systems
    Our piano and organ movers in the Columbia area move all types of pianos and organs to or from your home. Trust our piano and organ movers in the local Columbia area to relocate your valuable instruments.

    "seemed like they never moved a piano before; not sure if they are piano movers at all ..."
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    Herman's Transfer
    When you need to relocate heavy furniture and belongings, trust the professionals at our local Columbia area piano and organ movers. We specialize in moving those bulky belongings so you don't get hurt!
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   PIANO-AND-ORGAN-MOVERS IN/NEAR COLUMBIA
    Wildwood Instruments Write review for this local business
    504 Fay St, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 874-3330  
    TLC Moving Write review for this local business
    601 Business Loop 70 W Ste 152, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 442-6683  
    Handyman Haulers & Movers Write review for this local business
    6720 W Hatton Chapel Rd, Columbia, MO 65202
    (573) 445-0521  
    All American Moving Company Write review for this local business
    214 Donald Avenue, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    (573) 619-6560  
    Amerigo Cardwell Moving Co Write review for this local business
    328 E Capitol Ave, Jefferson City, MO 65101
    (573) 636-7890  
    Modern Piano Moving Write review for this local business
    992 Highway D, Sullivan, MO 63080
    (573) 860-6683  
    Ben's Moving & Storage Write review for this local business
    1155 Wilmer Rd, Wentzville, MO 63385
    (636) 332-6568  
    Modern Piano Moving Write review for this local business
    2106 Highway D, Bourbon, MO 65441
    (573) 860-4448  

    Pianos and organs require special handling during a move. They're bulky and awkward to handle. Hiring a professional is always best. Professionals have experience disassembling the legs, strapping down the lid, and securing interior components. They also know how to wrap the surfaces in blankets or sheets to prevent scratches. Plus, companies specializing in this field have dollies that help make the process easier. They help with moving over long distances or quick transportation in the same locality.

    These fragile instruments take some jostling, but internal parts need securing before shipping any distance. If you don't, parts may break or require tuning once it's in place at the new location. In addition, scratches or gouges on the exterior finish need refinishing, so packing and crating the furniture requires care. This process is time consuming and costly. A little preparation before a move saves you plenty of money in the long run.

    Another issue with moving these heavy instruments involves bodily damage. Professionals understand the strain these instruments put them on muscles and joints. To prevent muscle or joint damage, workers use special moving tools called a piano dolly. This handcart handles the weight of the instrument. Wheels help it maneuver stairs or ramps. Less strain on the muscles prevents costly hospital bills and weeks or months out of work while you heal.

    Don't risk your safety or costly baby grand or antique organ. A local transport company helps deliver and set up your equipment in the new location. Professional companies help commercial and residential customers. Some offer discounts to new customers when they call for a quote. In little time, your instrument is in your new home or business and ready to turn out amazing music.




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