An upright piano is best placed against an internal wall. You want to take into consideration:
Avoid direct sunlight from windows
Avoid as much direct change of temperature from heaters or cooling systems
A piano is best placed on carpet or a rug or matt to keep it in tune however it is also acceptable to place it on hard floors. Beware a piano is very heavy and may indent the hardest surfaces over time. We have castor cups available for purchase for $10 a set which slip under the piano wheels to protect shiny surfaces and for ease of position adjustment. Ask Jon on the day of your move.
Steps & Stairs
Please make sure to bring up any steps or stairs involved in the piano move at both the starting location and the destination when booking your piano move. Often they may be avoided going down the other side of the house.
Stools and Music
We transport your piano stool and music included free of charge.
All piano moves are fully insured against the possible damage of the piano or surfaces in your house.