How To Move Your Piano Into Your New Home In Sydney

If you are planning on moving a piano as part of your home or business relocation, it’s vital that you know the ins and outs of its handling requirements before you attempt to carry it or transport it to its new home. As pianos are heavy and delicate items, we suggest that you seek professional piano removalists to ensure that there is no missteps. Let’s take a look at the process of moving a piano from A to B.

Every Piano Is Different

This is the main factor that you should be aware of when you are planning to relocate your piano. While there are a few guides and tutorials online on how to move pianos, nothing beats a trained specialist who will know exactly how to move your make and model without compromising it’s condition or quality.

Pianos can weigh as little as 150kg when dealing with small spinet pianos, while grand pianos can reach weights of up to half a tonne! Even if you are dealing with a small piano, it’s vital that when it is being moved, the weight is being distributed evenly and according to the model.

The most common type of pianos we see in Sydney homes are spinet pianos, which require careful lifting. As the pianos get larger, towards a grand piano size, we rely on specially deisgned dollies operated by piano removal specialists.

Steps In Moving Your Piano

While it may seem like a straightforward task to move your piano throughout your house, it’s important that the appropriate planning is taken into consideration beforehand. A professional removalist will accurately measure all door openings and map a direct route to the truck or new location with minimal obstacles and a flat, steady walkway.

After mapping a suitable route, piano removalists will lock down both the keyboard and spinet lids. Following that, the piano needs to be wrapped in thick packing blankets, which should be secured with packing tape around the entire piano. By doing so, you eliminate the chance of unwanted scratches and dents on the exterior while providing shock absorbent for the interior components.

Should I Move My Piano Myself?

The simple answer to that question is no. Unless you have experience moving piano’s there is no reason why you should put your body or your piano in that situation. Apart from being delicate and easy to scratch and dent, pianos are extremely heavy with awkward weight distribution. Going beyond the exterior, the insides of a piano are extremely delicate and need to be kept intact. This is why piano removalists are so important as they understand the inner funcationality of different piano models and move them appropriately.

How Should I Move My Piano Without Damage?

If you want to safely move your piano in the most stress free way possible in Sydney, you can’t beat professional piano removalists. Here at Palmers Relocations, we have a highly sought after team of professional removalists who specialise in piano removals. Their vast knowledge of piano models and functions allows for a stress free, prompt relocation without damages.

For a free quote, give us a call today on 1300 363 916 and we will happily go through the best way for you to move your piano in Sydney. For your convenience, you can request a quote online by filling out our easy-to-use quote form