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Denver Piano Moving

If you have got a piano, you know how much of a big deal it is to move it. It’s not like it’s just another piece of furniture that you can haul into a moving van and deliver from Point A to Point B. This is a very fragile instrument that must be treated with ultimate care in order to be kept in pristine condition. When you’re making a move from one place to another, it’s difficult enough to get all your household goods in order. Having a piano to move complicates your relocation and can really make things a lot more confusing than they need to be.

If you are finding yourself in this situation, you’re not the only one! And luckily, Denver Piano Moving is here to help. With a decade of experience in moving, tuning, repairing, and selling pianos, this company is the only one you need to consider to relocate your piano. It doesn’t matter whether you have an antique upright piano or a full grand piano, Denver Piano Movers can handle any and every instrument with precision and care.

What makes Denver Piano Movers so special? Well, their expertise in moving is solely comprised into pianos: moving, servicing, tuning, and storage. This is a specialized company with extensive knowledge on one type of product. At DPM, they have one job that they do well. This crew has moved pianos for years and understand all the problems and issues that pianos moving can present. These guys concentrate solely on getting your precious instrument from one place to another with ease and agility, and definitely without harm.

Despite the name, the team members at Denver Piano Movers service moving jobs all throughout the state of Colorado. It doesn’t matter if you’re at the very edge of the state lines, these guys are here to make your piano relocation seamless and streamlined. The team you hire from DPM will travel near and far to make sure your instrument is moved with capable and qualified hands.

When you’re ready to take a look at why this company is ahead of the curve as far as speciality piano relocation is concerned, contacting them is easy. Simply give them a call at (303) 619-4046 to speak to a skilled and amicable representative about what sort of moving services you need and supply a little information about your piano. In turn, you can receive a free, no-obligation quote for moving services for your instrument right over the phone. Additionally, more information about the Denver Piano Movers can be found on their website: www.denverpianomoving.com. What’s stopping you? See for yourself how ten years of experience and passion combine to create the most amazing piano moving experience possible.

4 Ways Not to MOVE A PIANO

  • Lifting it by yourself. Even if you hit the gym every day and love lifting, this instrument is far too large and bulky to be lifted alone, even by the strongest person. If you are taking the Do-It-Yourself route with your piano moving, make sure to have AT LEAST four people helping you.
  • Forgetting to wrap it. Do you see that gorgeous shine on your grand or baby grand piano? That shine can be littered with scratches if you’re not carefully cloaking it with moving blankets and shrink wrap.
  • Keeping the legs attached. The body of a piano is shaped awkwardly enough as it is. If you don’t take off its legs, you’re making it more difficult to keep the piano—and your moving space—free of nicks, dings, scratches, and other unsightly damage.
  • Without the proper tools. Equipment like dollies, hydraulic lifts, and security straps are essential in making sure a piano gets moved safely. Without these things, you’re putting your expensive instrument in jeopardy! Additionally, you are putting yourself and anyone helping you in danger. The last thing you want is to drop a heavy piano on someone’s foot!

If you have got a piano, you know how much of a big deal it is to move it. It’s not like it’s just another piece of furniture that you can haul into a moving van and deliver from Point A to Point B. This is a very fragile instrument that must be treated with ultimate care in order to be kept in pristine condition. When you’re making a move from one place to another, it’s difficult enough to get all your household goods in order. Having a piano to move complicates your relocation and can really make things a lot more confusing than they need to be.

If you are finding yourself in this situation, you’re not the only one! And luckily, Denver Piano Moving is here to help. With a decade of experience in moving, tuning, repairing, and selling pianos, this company is the only one you need to consider to relocate your piano. It doesn’t matter whether you have an antique upright piano or a full grand piano, Denver Piano Movers can handle any and every instrument with precision and care.

What makes Denver Piano Movers so special? Well, their expertise in moving is solely comprised into pianos: moving, servicing, tuning, and storage. This is a specialized company with extensive knowledge on one type of product. At DPM, they have one job that they do well. This crew has moved pianos for years and understand all the problems and issues that pianos moving can present. These guys concentrate solely on getting your precious instrument from one place to another with ease and agility, and definitely without harm.

Despite the name, the team members at Denver Piano Movers service moving jobs all throughout the state of Colorado. It doesn’t matter if you’re at the very edge of the state lines, these guys are here to make your piano relocation seamless and streamlined. The team you hire from DPM will travel near and far to make sure your instrument is moved with capable and qualified hands.

When you’re ready to take a look at why this company is ahead of the curve as far as speciality piano relocation is concerned, contacting them is easy. Simply give them a call at (303) 619-4046 to speak to a skilled and amicable representative about what sort of moving services you need and supply a little information about your piano. In turn, you can receive a free, no-obligation quote for moving services for your instrument right over the phone. Additionally, more information about the Denver Piano Movers can be found on their website: www.denverpianomoving.com. What’s stopping you? See for yourself how ten years of experience and passion combine to create the most amazing piano moving experience possible.

4 Ways Not to MOVE A PIANO

  • Lifting it by yourself. Even if you hit the gym every day and love lifting, this instrument is far too large and bulky to be lifted alone, even by the strongest person. If you are taking the Do-It-Yourself route with your piano moving, make sure to have AT LEAST four people helping you.
  • Forgetting to wrap it. Do you see that gorgeous shine on your grand or baby grand piano? That shine can be littered with scratches if you’re not carefully cloaking it with moving blankets and shrink wrap.
  • Keeping the legs attached. The body of a piano is shaped awkwardly enough as it is. If you don’t take off its legs, you’re making it more difficult to keep the piano—and your moving space—free of nicks, dings, scratches, and other unsightly damage.
  • Without the proper tools. Equipment like dollies, hydraulic lifts, and security straps are essential in making sure a piano gets moved safely. Without these things, you’re putting your expensive instrument in jeopardy! Additionally, you are putting yourself and anyone helping you in danger. The last thing you want is to drop a heavy piano on someone’s foot!

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INSURANCE ON FILE: $750,000

REQUIRED: $750,000

YEAR OF ESTD: 5/1/2015

Hours of Operation

MONDAY-SATURDAY 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM

SUNDAYS 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

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Denver Piano Moving 4875 Perry Street Denver, CO 80212
Denver, CO 80212
Denver
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80.0% Recommended based on user reviews

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Denver Piano Moving

02/10/2016

I've had a great deal of pianos moved... what's more, have moved them myself. This was the best experience I've had.

Touched base on time, it was evident that they CARE about pianos... They have the right instruments and hardware, and had my piano moved to the new house in less than 45 minutes of when they arrived. I will utilize them again and exceedingly prescribe them.

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