Don't Be A Baby! Learn The Do's And Don't Of Moving Your Baby Grand


From cleaning and organizing to packing and transporting, the physical and emotional stress of moving to a new home can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, certain belongings are more complicated and challenging to move than others. Considering the cost to buy a baby grand ranges from $4,000 up to $24,000 for a high-end brand, ensuring yours is moved in the most efficient, effective, and safe manner possible is key. Thankfully, you do not have to be a baby and cry about the task using this guide of the do's and don't's of moving a baby grand piano.


First and foremost, do your research. You need to know what the specific type, make, and model of piano you own is. Use this information to get an estimated value on the piano, which will be necessary if you need to file an insurance claim.

Knowing the exact type of your baby grand is also helpful in case a problem occurs during the move. If damage occurs to your piano, you will know who to call to repair the issues.


Even if you have numerous people available to help, do not attempt to move the piano to your new home on your own. Using a professional service may be an added expense, but it will be a worthwhile investment to ensure the piano is moved safely.

Moving a piano on your own can pose many dangers. You may damage the walls, doorways, and floors of your old and new home. Damage to the actual piano is also possible since you will most likely not have the equipment necessary to move this heavy item up and out of a truck or flights of stairs.

Lastly, without proper experience, you may injure yourself moving the piano. Professional movers have the equipment needed to lift and transport the piano without placing excess stress on the neck, back, legs, and arms.


Before your movers arrive, do prepare your piano and your home for the upcoming relocation. Use a dusting cloth to wipe remove dirt, dust, and fingerprints from the piano's surface.

Make sure the lid is closed as well. Not only does it need to be closed, but it should also be locked. You do not need to worry about covering the piano since the movers will bring protective blankets for this task.

Also, clear a wide path in your home. Make sure to clear away furniture and boxes from the piano out of the home and to the moving truck. Ensure all pets are locked away. Children should also be kept out of the path during the move.

Your piano deserves professional care on moving day. This guide will give you a few tips to ensure it is moved in the best manner possible. For more information, contact a company like Affordable Piano Movers & Storage.


13 March 2018

Difficult Moves Made Easy

My husband is in the military, and our family has had to move across the country a few times throughout his career. The first time we faced a move, I was so overwhelmed that I felt like I was going to burst! We had accumulated so much "stuff" that I just didn't know what to do with it all. We ended up hiring a moving company, and we put all of the "stuff" we didn't use often in a storage unit. Once I got through the process once, our next couple of moves seemed like a breeze. I know there are other families out there facing their first moves feeling unprepared and overwhelmed, so I decided to make a blog to share moving tips and tips about using storage units wisely. I hope I can help make your move less stressful!