We have transported both grand pianos and upright pianos from room to room, town to town and country to country. It is essential that a piano, whatever its make or size, is moved in a correct manner and with the appropriate tools. All our staff are fully trained and remain professional at all times.
Our operatives have years of experience within the industry and will make the process of arranging for your piano to be removed a pleasant and stress free experience. It is our commitment to be as helpful as possible in offering you a suitable time window for the collection and delivery of your piano and to accommodate any specific requirements.
Does moving the piano affect the sound of my piano?
This is a commonly asked question for which you may hear many different answers. This question is asked because lots of people say that their piano sounds different in its new location. The answer to the question may or may not surprise you. No, not directly.
The moving does not affect the sound of the piano directly at all. A piano is made of wood and steel. Wood is directly affected by two things: "Temperature" and "Humidity". Steel is directly affected by temperature. When these two elements change, so does your piano. The more these two elements change, the more frequently you need to regulate and tune your piano. It does not take a big change to change your piano, and you should consult your manufacture's web site to see what type of environment is best for your piano.
Another reason why your piano may sound different is due to size of room and its acoustics. Carpet absorbs sound, hardwood reflects sound. Sound reinforces in small spaces, seeming louder, and gets lost in larger spaces, seeming quieter.