Protect Your Wooden Floors When Piano Moving
Due to its very high cost, bulk, and potential for property damage if moved improperly, organ moving is always a significant undertaking. Moving an organ is stressful under any circumstances, but crossing a freshly finished hardwood floor is incredibly stressful. Calling McMurry Piano Moving is a good idea because we understand how to safely relocate an organ while protecting your home from potential damage.
Use a rug to cover your floors.
Some people mistakenly believe they must use plywood or another material to cover their freshly refinished or newly installed wood floors, and there is a risk of worsening things. As with carpet, plywood and even cardboard should not be used on the floor during a move because they present a hazard to those carrying heavy boxes. If you must put something down, a rug with a rubber backing is your best bet for safeguarding your freshly finished floors.
Always consider working with professionals.
Hiring a professional organ mover will protect your organ and the surface they’re standing on. The specific steps required to relocate an organ vary by brand, model, and size, so it’s best to leave the job to the experts. The legs of an organ must be removed to prevent damage, and the number of people needed to move an upright organ will vary depending on its size and weight.
Check your equipment before moving.
Pianos, let’s be honest, truly weigh a lot. It will take more than one person to carry this grand instrument downstairs and outside your house, regardless of its form. Unlike amateurs, we have the tools to transport organs across any flooring type safely. We take every precaution during an organ move, from the specialized wheels on our dollies to the special shoes we wear.
Is it your goal to learn more about our organ moving services and how we can assist you? Please contact us right away. A professional organ mover from our company will have all the gear, skills, and workforce necessary to transport your organ without harm. Call us at (817) 690-1978 if you need an expert organ mover in Carrollton, TX.