Best 30 Piano Movers in Salt Lake City, UT with Reviews - YP.com

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07/31/2014
By: Natasha G.
Thresher Piano Movers
They were extremely careful and conscientious of the piano and the home environment. I appreciated how careful they were with my new piano. My complaint though, is that the final cost ended up being $58 higher than what they quoted - thus making them more expensive than anyone else I talked to in the end. When I called for a quote, I gave them the exact addresses and nothing was mentioned about extra charges for location. The quote was $100 base charge and then $3 per stair. I was charged $18 extra ($3 a mile) for being outside of the I-215 interchange. Then, there were two options for moving the piano out of the pick-up house. One involved a tight corner porch and the other involved taking it out the back wide door and through the open garage. Unfortunately, they chose the more expensive route which added another $40. They arrived 30 min early, which was nice but since I was not expecting them that early, I wasn't present to ensure they took the least expensive route. The woman I bought the piano from had specifically cleared the way for them to go the easier and less expensive route and yet they didn't choose it and she didn't push it since she didn't know there was a difference in cost for me. So overall, I feel like I was duped into paying quite a bit more than I thought I would but the service they provided was excellent. However, because of the feeling of being duped into paying more, I would not use them again.
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01/19/2016
By: Victoria F.
Furniture Master
The boys did a great job moving a piano out of my home. They were very careful not to scratch my hardwood, scratch any of my other furniture, and to take excellent care of the piano. The boys were all super nice.
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03/12/2015
By: Ron W.
Furniture Master
Leroy and his crew came to my home at the last moment and moved my baby grand piano with care and were very professional .Leroy fluxuated his schedule for my convience.Thank you for your great work Ron Webster
06/16/2016
By: Mya B.
Furniture Master
Leroy and his crew were super friendly and helpful. Competitive pricing, very prompt and courteous. Moved 2 pianos and did it in a very safe and professional way. Would definitely recommend!!
Tips & Advices
Many piano movers provide references. These references may come from former clients who are satisfied with the service they've received. In some cases, these references may come from piano technicians who have worked with these piano movers in a professional capacity.
The age and brand of a piano impacts moving costs because these details indicate its size and weight, and a piano's size and weight directly impact moving costs. Different brands are made with varying types of wood, and the wood used affects the weight of the piano. Older pianos made by brands such as Bosendorfer and Fazioli are typically heavier than more modern models.
The amount of people required to move a piano is dependent on the piano's size and weight. A small upright piano usually weighs between 200 and 300 pounds, and one of these instruments can be moved by two strong individuals. A grand piano can weigh more than 1,000 pounds, and moving one of these instruments requires as many as four or five movers.
To get a price quote for moving a piano, let the mover know whether the piano is an upright or a grand piano, and provide the mover with the piano's height, measured from the floor to its lid. In many cases, movers will be able to discern this information if you simply provide them with the age and brand of the piano. Share information regarding your current location and the destination to which the piano is being moved. If there are obstacles such as stairs, steps, or tight turns, these need to be communicated to the piano mover. You should also let the piano mover know the date and time of the move.
Pianos may be moved in several ways, and the method chosen will depend on the piano's size and design. A four-wheel dolly is often used, and this can do a tremendous job of simplifying the moving process. In many cases, a piano will need to have its legs and other parts removed before being mounted to the dolly.

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