Frequently Asked Questions About Piano Moving
- The type of piano to be moved. The 3 main types of pianos are upright, grand, and console (not as tall as an upright).
- If the piano is a grand, the length measured from the keyboard to the curve in the bow end.
- The address where the piano is located, and the address where it is being delivered.
- Any stairs, turns or landings, inside or outside of both locations.
- Requested move date.
- Any special needs or circumstances.
No. Make sure the piano mover you hire is licensed, bonded and insured. Your piano mover should be registered with the U.S. Department of Transportation. West Coast Moving and Storage is licensed, bonded and insured as well as being registered with USDOT.
West Coast Piano Moving and Storage uses modern equipment combined with knowledge and experience for the specific piano to be moved. Usually it takes 2 people to move a piano with the proper equipment. In some cases, it will require 3 or 4 people. Each move is as individual as you are. We take the time and care to ensure that your move is successful.
Our trucks have an overall length of 27 feet.
Moving your piano doesn’t affect the tuning of your piano. However, temperature, humidity, and room size can affect the sound. We suggest that you have your piano tuned once it has been in its new location for 3 to 4 weeks.
We have a secure, climate-controlled storage facility. We store pianos on a long- and short-term basis. Our storage rate is $40.00 per month for an upright, and $50.00 per month for a grand, prorated on a monthly basis.
If you have a question that is not answered above, contact us today to speak with a moving professional.