Cloverdale Piano Movers
When you hear the words “Piano moving”, what comes to your mind? Do you picture lumberjacks and their large pieces of furniture being dragged across the yard, or do you picture a small group of people moving an upright piano across the town or state? If you think of the moving of pianos as a physically demanding job, you’re right! Piano moving might conjure up visions of men with giant torsos and lumbering arms, but really two or three average individuals of average build are able to do many piano moving tasks even if they do have a little experience, the proper tools, and a good understanding of when and where to use a bit of force. In fact, you can perform many piano moving tasks by yourself without using any specialized tools at all-assuming that you have access to someone who’s properly trained and knows how to do it safely.
Many piano movers will simply drag the piano up and down the stairs in order to move it safely, but you don’t need professional grade equipment to move this piece of furniture. You might need only a sturdy chair and some sturdy rope or duct tape to help you carry the piano down the stairs. As long as you know how to move a piano using basic dolly piano moving equipment, then you’ll be able to successfully move this big musical instrument with relative ease. Even if you’re moving larger and bulkie