• 1. Vehicles are being disinfected daily (door handles, steering wheel, etc.)
  • 2. During these uncertain times, please make sure to communicate with us as best as possible on any changes to your moving plans . We are flexible, and the more we will understand your needs, the more we might be able to accommodate them.
  • 3. Our pickup and delivery crews will unfortunately not be able to greet you with a handshake, and will request that you keep a friendly distance of 2m away. Our crew will be sanitizing regularly during your move.
  • 4. We want to keep the number of people on site to a minimum so we request only required people only be at your home for the duration of your move.

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Things to Do When Relocating Your Piano

Relocating a piano requires special care to ensure it is safely and securely moved from one location to the next. Whether you are moving a grand piano, upright, spinet, or digital piano, getting a piano delivery service can help to protect the instrument and ensure it arrives in its new home unscathed. By taking the appropriate precautions before, during, and after the move, you will ensure that your piano arrives in perfect condition. Here are some tips on what to do when relocating your piano.

Choose a Professional Mover

Professional movers have the experience and knowledge to safely handle and transport pianos of all sizes, shapes, and weights. They will come prepared with the right materials and tools to protect your piano during transport. Additionally, they will know how to properly load and unload your instrument, as well as navigate difficult staircases or narrow doorways.

Clear a Path

Before the movers arrive, be sure to clear a path from where the piano is currently located to wherever it will be moved. Remove any furniture or obstacles that could get in the way of the piano’s safe transport.

Prepare the Piano

Disconnect the piano from any power sources and remove all items inside like music or candles to ensure they don’t fall during transport. Cover the keys and fragile parts of your piano with blankets or other soft materials for additional protection.

Secure the Piano

In order to keep your piano from shifting or tipping during transport, make sure it is securely fastened with straps and blankets. The movers will likely provide these materials, but if not, it’s best to have them on hand just in case.

Keep the Environment Stable

When the piano is in transit, make sure to keep the environment as stable and quiet as possible. Avoid sudden stops or turns that could cause your piano to move around too much. Once you arrive at your destination, wait until the movers have completely unloaded the instrument before opening windows or doors that could create a sudden draft.

Making sure that your piano is delivered correctly to your new home is an essential part of the moving process. So if you are in Carrollton, TX and the surrounding areas and in need of a piano delivery service, look no further than McMurry Piano Moving. Give us a call at (817) 690-1978 today!