NYC Piano Movers is the piano moving company you are looking for. Our piano movers have been to virtually every neighborhood in New York City, NJ, CT and beyond, moving pianos up the stairs or into elevators in pretty much every building in Manhattan. And there is no city in the world which combines more pianos of all shapes and sizes with more varied flights of stairs than New York City.
Whether we are moving your Yamaha, Mason & Hamlin, Baldwin, Bluthner, Bechstein, Chickering, Samick, Kawai, Knabe, or Steinway Concert Grand piano or your upright piano, NYC Piano Movers will keep your piano move as uneventful as possible. Please check out some videos of us moving pianos, here and on YouTube, and leave your next piano move to the piano moving experts, New York City Piano Movers.
Moving a piano requires experience, skill, and strength, especially where stairs are involved. Our experience ranges from the mundane to the insane, and we are as well-prepared for any piano moving contingency as any piano mover you can find. We have the knowledge and equipment to protect your piano and to overcome virtually any difficulty, as our many references will attest. We are professional New York City piano movers and each of us has moved literally thousands of pianos.
We can move any upright or any size grand piano, and stairs are no problem. If you don't know whether a piano will fit up your stairs or around a turn, we provide piano moving estimates locally. Piano tuning and repair services are also available, as well as piano storage. We give flat rates on all piano moves, as well as flat rates on armoires or antiques, art, furniture, and any crated items.
Please email us for a quote. It is helpful to know the type and size of piano -- the height of an upright piano or the length of a grand piano -- as well as all locations, steps, flights of stairs, and unpaved or uneven ground involved in the move. If you know the brand of your piano, such as Steinway, Baldwin, Yamaha, Kawai, or Mason and Hamlin, please include that as well so we know more precisely what to expect.