Vancouver Piano Movers
Did you find a piano on Ebay, or maybe you found one on craigslist, kijijii or a classifieds website? Maybe you someone gave you one as a gift or donation? Whatever the reason is you will need some professional to take care of this regardless of how you acquired the instrument or if you are selling it to someone else.
You are trying to get rid of the piano?
In this case you might not be too concerned about the condition of the item, especially if you are sending it to the recycling depot, however you’ll still have to be careful about the walls and the building where the piano is leaving from, otherwise the move might cost you more than the disposal cost! So make sure that you still get qualified movers, even if the goal is disposal.
You are selling it to an individual
In this case it is important that the item will be delivered in perfect or at least original condition. The buyer will expect to get the instrument in the condition advertised or when he came to see it in person. For this you will need to hire a qualified piano moving company with experienced and professional crew members. If the cost of the move is too high as compared to the value of the item, offer to share the fee with the buyer and if possible use our special consolidated shipment days to make it even more economical.
You bought the piano
This is quite common these days and especially with the advent of the internet. Once the sale is done you will need to have your new furniture delivered to your home. Again you will need the help of professional movers to make sure the piano won’t get damaged in the relocation process, this will be especially imperative if you purchased a concert or grand model. In that case the legs will need to be taken apart and the instrument basically disassembled and then reassembled, this will also usually incur some additional costs for retuning.
Types of pianos we can move
- Petite Grand
- Baby Grand
- Medium Grand
- Parlor Grand
- Semi Concert Ballroom
- Concert Grand