Submit your name, moving date, email, and contact information through our online form to receive a tailored quote for your piano move.
We’ll cross-verify your information and send you a thorough and straightforward estimate, free from hidden charges or surprise fees.
Once you’ve approved the estimate, our timely and uniformed specialists will arrive to handle your piano with expert care and precision.
The experienced team at A-Z Moving will position your piano exactly where you want it in your new location, ensuring total satisfaction with the process.
Our team is specially trained in the unique requirements of piano moving, ensuring your instrument is transported safely and efficiently.
You'll receive a detailed, upfront estimate for your piano move that is completely transparent, with no hidden charges or surprises.
Timing is essential, especially when moving a piano. You can rely on us to arrive and finish the move within the agreed-upon schedule.
We offer a variety of customizable features tailored to your piano moving needs, helping you seamlessly transition into your new environment.
For an accurate cost estimate tailored to your specific piano moving needs, you can fill out the quote form on our website or contact us directly via phone or email.
Typically, a piano will need tuning after being moved, as changes in temperature and positioning can affect its sound quality.
Our team uses specialized equipment, such as a professional slate for piano moving and a 4-wheel dolly, to ensure your instrument’s safe and efficient relocation.
Absolutely! Investing in professional piano movers minimizes the risk of injury to yourself and potential damage to your valuable instrument.
Rest assured, your piano will be stored in a controlled environment, protected with wrap and safeguards against moisture and dust.
The process generally takes 1 to 2 hours, assuming the move involves just one piano and no extraordinary circumstances.
If you no longer wish to keep your piano or if it is damaged, you can consult us for advice on disposal or possible restoration options. And it is up to the movers to protect the piano while transporting it.