HuberWilmot Moving & Storage has over 35 years of experience within the moving industry, specializing in full-service piano moving across the United States. If you need to move a piano within the state of Virginia or from one state to another, we’re your go-to piano movers.
Whether you’re looking to move a grand or an upright piano, or you need to move an organ out of a church building, we are here to help. Pianos and organs are heavy but delicate instruments that require extreme care when moving to ensure they remain capable of producing music for years to come.
To ensure the safety of your piano or organ during relocation, hire experienced piano movers at HuberWilmot Moving & Storage by filling out our free quote form, or calling us at (703) 488-7117.
Do I Need To Hire Piano Movers?
Instead of tirelessly searching for “piano movers near me,” look toward HuberWilmot Moving & Storage, which specializes in properly securing, transporting and setting up your piano or organ with care and precision. We are qualified to move any size piano from a home, apartment or business safely.
If you find yourself struggling to move a piano, don’t make it any more stressful on yourself. Let us handle it. Moving a piano is nerve-racking for those without the proper equipment to move one and could spell disaster for your instrument if it’s not moved properly.
As professional piano movers, we have specialized knowledge and know how to correctly handle your piano or organ without damaging the instrument, hurting ourselves or damaging the property it’s being moved from or to. We also have the necessary equipment (i.e., dollies, blankets and wraps) to make sure the piano move goes off without a hitch.
Professional Piano Moving Services
At HuberWilmot Moving & Storage, we provide the following piano moving services:
Piano Disassembly/Assembly Services: Our movers will carefully remove and separately wrap the piano lid, pedals, lyre, music rack and legs to ensure no parts are damaged during the move. Upon arrival at its destination, our moving team will work quickly to reassemble your instrument wherever you’d like it placed.
Piano Moving Equipment: Our piano movers come equipped with dollies, blankets and wrapping material, which work together to help us safely transport your piano safely and securely for the journey ahead.
Residential & Commercial Piano Moving Services: Whether you’re moving your piano locally or long distances, for business or for fun, HuberWilmot Moving & Storage can assist you with moving your baby grand or organ anywhere.
Piano Moving Procedure
A qualified piano moving expert will have precise knowledge about the different parts of your piano and how carefully one must be moved. We can give you peace of mind knowing that your instrument will arrive at your destination safe and sound, from packaging to transportation. We can also store your piano or organ in our climate-controlled warehouse storage for safekeeping!
Our piano moving procedure is as follows:
Removing components and packaging separately.
Expertly wrapping, padding and protecting the instrument.
Carefully loading the piano onto a dolly.
Fully securing the piano in a moving truck/van/POD.
Reassembling the piano at the new location.
Conducting a final evaluation.
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HuberWilmot Moving & Storage has experience in the moving industry with over 35 years of expertise in transporting heavy items like pianos and organs of all shapes and sizes for commercial and residential customers throughout Northern Virginia.
If you are moving to a different state, the charges will be based on the weight of your shipment and mileage—these are referred to as the transportation charges. There are a variety of different moving charges that can potentially appear on your estimate, so be sure to ask your relocation specialist to explain each charge for you. Some additional charges that may appear include packing, crating, valuation or coverage, bulky article charge (for oversized items), and extra labor. Again, please be certain you fully understand these charges so that you can accurately compare the estimates you receive.