A-1 Piano & J & J Piano Mover Service

USDOT # 1975408
7020 Greenwood Ave. Unit# N
Renton, WA 98103
Seattle
Washington
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (206) 782-4592
Company Site: www.a-1pianos.com

Moving with A-1 Piano & J & J Piano Mover Service

A-1 Piano, additionally once in the past known as J and J Piano Movers, has been an apparatus in the group since it was established. Beginning as a little piano moving company saw a chance to accomplish something one of a kind. There are a wide range of piano stores out there hoping to offer you a piano, however needing to have a go at something other than what's expected. Beginning with a modest bunch of antique uprightsthe companyobtained throughout the years chose to open a piano store where you couldn't just buy a piano, yet lease one. Starting there on, the business developed and developed until at long last they opened up shop. A-1 Piano keeps on building so as to develop and grow on our legacy of great clients and by offering a wide scope of piano relatedmoving services.


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Truly pleasant on the telephone. I require a lounge chair moved to an upper deck (wont fit in through front entryway) and called. They don't do that however have me a referral

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