Don’t Trust Your Special Valuables To Inexperienced Movers
Piano moving requires special skills and special people.
Our licensed and insured Piano Moving Service protects your valuable piano from damage and mishandling. We understand that your piano is a very special possession. Pianos can easily cost tens of thousands of dollars, and require special skills to move safely. Quest Moving provides the utmost care when moving your piano or other large instrument.
Piano moving requires special skills and special people. Fine art, Antiques and/or heavier unique items can be especially stressful. Most of these items are one of a kind and moving these items from one place to another doesn’t have to cause you anxiety.
We treasure antiques and these items need to be handled with extra care. Fine arts moving demands delicacy and skills for extraordinary arrangements. Quest Moving professionals skilled in the task of moving fragile expensive art and antique pieces. Quest Moving will provide you with:
- Moving services for all types and sizes of pianos, harpsichords, organs and other large instruments
- Rentals available should you need one, and we can move your piano to and from the repair shop if it needs fixing
- We can arrange support personnel, such as piano technicians, tuners and appraisers, to handle any special needs
- Your piano is not only a delicate musical instrument, it is also a most important piece of furniture
We employ careful wrapping and protective techniques to ensure no harm comes to your prized piano. Don’t leaving piano moving to chance!
“The Quest Moving crew moved my 100 year old 6 ft Steinway grand piano. I called 11 other companies and I have to say they were not the cheapest, they gave me a very competitive price. Seeing as this piano has a lot of sentimental value to me, needless to say I was very nervous. My concerns were eased throughout my move because the crew was extremely easy to communicate with the whole way. Everything was honest and straight from the start, no hidden fees and the guys were extremely earnest, attentive, and remarkably kind. ”
Create A Calendar
There are so many tasks involved in moving, some are likely to fall through the cracks. Therefore, set up a calendar or timeline at least two months out that lists all the tasks you need to accomplish.
Scope Out the Move
You should be aware of any obstacles or challenges that will add cost to your move. For example, do you have to share an elevator at your current address or destination?
Pick A Good Mover
You might want to get bids from two or three movers, and you should definitely let Quest Moving be one of those bidders. We won’t be underbid and our service is first-rate.
Create Budget & Organize
You’ll know from your bids how much you’ll need to set aside. Decide on extras, and budget tip money. Start a file folder to hold all the relevant papers for your move, such as the bids, the contract, the packing lists, the insurance forms, the bill of lading, and so forth. Keep this file close as you will need it often.
Make arrangements for your new address. You’ll need to do things like enroll children in new schools, set up mail forwarding, get new homeowner’s or renter’s insurance, contact utilities and cable, and make other arrangements as necessary.
Let People Know
Don’t forget to share the joy of your new place. Send out emails, mail letters, make phone calls, and otherwise let everyone know your new address and your moving date. Also, let them know about any name change or new phone number.