1. How much is the cost to move a piano?
The piano moving price is based on the location,distance,type of piano & stairs.
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2. What area do you provide piano mover services?
We are able to provide piano mover services throughout Malaysia which includes KL (Kuala Lumpur,Selangor,Penang and Johor).
3. Why hire a piano mover instead of doing it yourself?
It requires the right equipment and accessories to move a piano. You can damage your piano permanently if you make a mistake trying to do it yourself.
4.Is it expensive to use a piano moving service?
Hiring a piano mover is not as expensive as you might think. It certainly is much more recommended to hire a moving team so that your piano will not be damaged and you yourself can be prevented from any harm.
If you are moving locally, then it might be more or less affordable than you think but if you are moving out of the state and wish to have your piano with you, then it might be a little expensive due to the prolonged use of the piano moving services.
However, it will still cost less than what you need to pay if you move it yourself without consulting any expert that will result in further damaging your piano. So, technically it’s better safe than sorry.
5.Why can’t I just perform the moving process on my own?
Moving a piano requires the utmost care and smooth handling in order to avoid damaging your piano. You can try to DIY piano moving, but there will be a risk that you might damage your piano along the way.
Besides that, you will also need big transportation equipped with the necessary safety attachments that can hold down your piano firmly especially when you are traveling on a bumpy road.
Aside from harming your piano, it can also be dangerous for you if you try to move your piano on your own. A piano is heavy and cannot be lightly taken for granted. Thus, it is best to hire a professional piano mover to avoid harming both your piano and yourself when moving your piano.
6.What type of protection do you use when moving my piano?
The types of protection used when moving a piano depends on the type of the piano itself. If you want to move a Yamaha piano, then the piano will be wrapped using five heavy moving pads for the first layer. It will also be covered with a leather cover to prevent any damage and to make sure that moisture cannot seep and reach the piano.
On the other hand, if you wish to move an upright piano, then the piano will be wrapped with two heavy pads before loading it into the truck. Once the piano has been put into the truck, it will be wrapped once more with two more heavy pads before securing it in place. Your piano will be thoroughly checked for any loose parts and it will be removed and wrapped separately if needed.
7.Will my piano’s tuning be affected when it is moved?
When moving your piano, the tuning is not affected as much as you think it will be. However, when it is traveling down a bumpy road, it might affect your piano’s tuning but only a small amount. The only thing that you need to worry about is the humidity that might reach your piano.
Your piano is made of wood and it is highly susceptible to the effects of humidity. Hence, precautionary steps will be taken to ensure that your piano will not be affected by the humidity when it is moved.
8.Should I pack my piano before moving it?
Most piano moving services in Malaysia will provide the packing and wrapping services before it is moved to the desired location. Thus, you don’t need to pack or wrap your piano beforehand as it will be done by a professional mover instead.
Always ask and consult an expert before getting your hands on the internal mechanical parts of your piano that might damage your piano before actually moving it.
Therefore, when you are thinking of moving your piano, it is advisable and recommended that you personally choose an expert piano mover to avoid any extensive damage to your piano that in turn can prevent you from spending more to make the repairs.