Relocation is our specialty! Our full-service movers Los Angeles take great care to ensure that every
relocation we handle receives the utmost attention.
Piano moving is no small task. The sheer weight and size of pianos and organs make them difficult to handle for most people. In the hands of someone not trained in relocation, an attempt to move a piano or organ can cause damage to the instrument and your home or building. Still, many people hesitate to call professional piano movers Los Angeles because they mistakenly believe the cost for piano moving is extremely high, or that the piano movers won’t show up on time. Rest assured that Los Angeles Transfer and Storage offers fair prices, and we treat your piano as if it was one of our own. For us, your piano is more than furniture – it is a treasure to be cared for, especially during relocation. Give us a call today and get a free moving quote for your upcoming move!
Your piano is not just a piece of furniture – it is an investment, and one that our piano movers Los Angeles value
It is not just an investment for monetary reasons, it is now an heirloom piece, affecting your family’s emotions. Play your piano as much as possible. Be sure to maintain room temperature between 72 degrees and 75 degrees. Keeping humidity between 40- 50 %. Keep the piano away from extremely dry areas. Always use a soft cloth when cleaning the cabinet of our piano. Increasing the shine can best be achieved by using liquid wax. Clean the keys with a soft damp cloth. Keep the inside of our piano clean. Have a technician do this when it is being tuned. If ever something is dropped inside the piano, STOP, call a technician. You can seriously damage your piano and become more costly if more damage were to occur.
The importance of maintaining your piano
What is tuning? When is it required? Tuning is the adjustment made to the strings to bring each string to its proper tension. Pianos need to be tuned when there is a change in the atmosphere. So, tuning with the change of the seasons is advised, about 6 weeks after. New pianos should be tuned 3- 4 times the first year. Whenever a piano is moved, whether in the house, across town or across the United States, make that appointment with your tuner. Pianos should be regulated every 5 years.