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Your piano is more than just an investment, it is a way for you to express your creativity. That's why you want to make sure that it is handled properly when it comes time to move it. The best way to make sure that your piano goes through the move safely is to hire a professional to do it, because they have the experience needed to alleviate as much risk as possible for your piano.
But, there are things that you can do to make sure that the move goes off safely:
Get Plenty of Padding
If your piano is wrapped up with furniture pads, it is much less likely to get dinged or scratched. The piano mover will probably bring some, but it doesn't hurt for you to have your own. You can rent them at moving supply stores. You can have the piano all wrapped up before the movers get there is you are worried about making sure it's done right or if you are going to be on a tight schedule.
Take pictures of your piano from all angles. That way you know what, if any, damage may have happened to your piano during the move. The piano movers you work with may want you to do a damage inventory before the move so that both you and they know what shape the piano is in before it is moved.
Find Out About Insurance
The piano moving company you hire should have insurance that will cover any damage that may happen to your piano. You want to make sure that they have full value insurance. That means that the insurance company will reimburse you to the full value of the piano. You should also check with your homeowner's insurance. They may cover your piano while it is being moved. You may be able to get a temporary insurance from your insurance company to cover the move.
Measure Doorways and Stairs
It will help your mover is they know what the dimensions of the doors of your house. That why they can make sure that they are prepared. You also need to tell them if you have any stairs. That's because the movers will have to bring special equipment to help them get the piano safely up and down the stairs. There are special skids that the movers will use to get the piano up and down any stairs.
Your piano is important to you. Making sure it gets moved safely means that you will have it to enjoy for years to come. To learn more, contact a company like Extreme Piano Moving with any questions you have.Share
18 February 2015