Pianos Only

USDOT # 1978246
N 24211 WESTLAKE DR
Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026
Nine Mile Falls
Washington
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Additional Phone: (509) 796-2098
Company Site: www.pianosonlymoving.com

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Hi my name is Dan Sonnabend and i have been a piano mover in the Spokane zone for more than 25 years. I have moved pianos for Davis and Hosh Music,The Steinway Gallery of Spokane, Music City, District 81,WSU,EWU,Whitworth University and am a favored mover for a significant number of the piano tuners in the Spokane and encompassing area.We have additionally been the selective mover for the Festival At Sandpoint for the last 26+years. I am the owner,operator and mover so when you call you will converse with me about the conveyance and i will by and by appear to move your piano or organ.

I additionally offer atmosphere controlled piano stockpiling. Pianos are put away in an atmosphere of 35% dampness and temperature of 65-75 degrees year round. I don't tune or revamp pianos yet can suggest a tuner/expert guaranteed with the Piano Technicians Guild(see my LINKS page).Pianos Only firmly prescribes you utilize just affirmed Technicians that have passed thorough testing to guarantee your piano is tuned legitimately. Remember,pianos are not to be tuned for no less than two weeks in the wake of moving to another environment.Moving a piano by and large does not influence the tune but rather it is the new environment with various mugginess levels and temperature swings that will change the tune.


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