Guardian Moves and Storage is your piano moving specialist. Whether you have an upright, spinet piano or a concert grand piano, we have moved them all many times before. There are many different types of unique piano’s like a box grand piano, player piano, or of course the biggest and of them all, the concert grand piano.
Whatever type of piano you have, Guardian Moves and Storage has moved it before and has all the necessary tools to get it done safely and professionally. We utilize a specific piano 6 wheel dolly to get your piano from here to there in the most efficient and secure way possible.
Piano moving is no small task. The sheer weight and size of pianos and organs make them difficult to handle for most people. In the hands of someone not trained in piano moving, an attempt to move a piano or organ can cause damage to the instrument and your home or building. Still, many people hesitate to call professional piano movers because they mistakenly believe the cost for piano moving is extremely high, or that the piano movers won’t show up on time. Rest assured that Guardian Moves and Storage offers fair prices, and we treat your piano as if it was one of our own.
Such pianos are termed so due to their length, as well as the way in which their strings are placed. They also are referred to as Grand pianos with 5 basic kinds as described here:
Such pianos include the most popular and broadly cherished pianos with a size that ranges from 4’11” to 5’7”.
It’s the smallest of such pianos. It will range in size from 4’5” to 4’10”.
Such pianos also are referred to as semi-concert pianos, as well as usually are 7’ long.
Such pianos also are termed as a living room grand piano and will come in sizes from 5’9” to 6’1”.
Such pianos include the largest of all types of grand pianos with a size standing at 9’.
Vertical pianos are termed so due to their height, as well as string position. The height of this type of piano might differ from 36” – 60” and typically involve these 4 kinds:
Such piano’s height typically falls in between 40” and 43” and the width is almost 58”.
These include the smallest type of pianos with an approximate height of 36” – 38” with a width which approximates to almost 58”.
Such pianos, as the name suggests are trendy in musical studios and musical schools. Their height will range from 45” – 48” and the width will stand typically at 58”.
Upright pianos include the tallest among vertical pianos with a height usually in the range of 50” – 60” with an approximate height of around 58”.
Just a friendly reminder, don’t forget about piano tuning. Piano tuning is the adjustment made to the strings to bring each string to its proper tension. Pianos need to be tuned when there is a change in atmosphere. So tuning with the change of the seasons is advised, about 6 weeks after. New pianos should be tuned 3- 4 times the first year. Whenever a piano is moved, whether in the house, across town, or across the United States.