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“Denver Professional Keyboard/Piano Movers”

“Denver Professional Keyboard/Piano Movers”

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Colorado’s Most Recommended Piano Mover

Why do I need to hire a professional piano mover?

Many of you may be wondering why you would need to hire a professional piano moving company to move your piano, rather than using the household mover who is moving the rest of the contents of your house.  The main reason for hiring a professional piano mover is that many household movers do not have adequate training or equipment to properly move a piano.

The average upright piano weighs between 400 and 900 pounds.  Grand pianos can weigh between 650 and 1300 pounds.  The value of a piano can vary from a few hundred dollars to 500,000 dollars depending on the make, model, age and condition of the piano.  The majority of piano moves involve moving the instrument through a tight space such as a small doorframe or staircase.  In some cases, the piano may need to be dismantled in order to get it out of your house.  Using and experienced professional piano mover will drastically minimize the risk of damage to the instrument and to your home.

As a piano mover, I have come across many cases where a customer has hired a household piano mover to move their piano and has had to make an emergency call to us because the household mover could not get the piano out of his or her house.  In other cases, I have received calls from customers who had hired a non-reliable piano mover because their price was much lower, and had to book an emergency move with us, because that piano mover did not show up to move their piano or call to explain why they were not there.

Does moving the piano affect the sound of my piano?

The actual move of the piano does not affect the sound or tuning of a piano.  Generally piano tuning is affected by changes in temperature and humidity, which cause the wooden and steel parts of your piano to expand and contract.  You will probably need to tune your piano a few weeks after moving it, after it acclimatizes to its new location.  Other factors that may affect the sound of your piano are the size and acoustics of the room in which the piano is located.  Carpet absorbs sound, while hardwood reflects it.  Sound reinforces in small spaces, seeming louder, while in large spaces the sound gets lost, seeming quieter.

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