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A piano move is really specialists work. A piano weighs a lot, for example, a wing can easily weigh 400 kilos. Moving a piano is best done by specialized piano movers. In addition to being a heavy object, it is also sensitive to temperature differences and fluctuations in humidity. Often, pianos are transported in a special padded case and with an air suspension truck.
Enabling professional piano movers will certainly save you a lot of hassle and potential damage to your piano, home and yourself. The specialists have the right material and experience. It can sometimes prevent your piano or wing from being placed directly on your new address. If that’s the case, you can also think of piano storage in a heated and conditioned storage space that some piano removal companies also offer.
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