Leave Piano Moving to the Professionals

Check their credentials – Piano movers and any kind of movers should be duly registered and licensed by the Department of Transportation. They should also be able to show you their USDOT and MC numbers. Once you have obtained them, you can check these at www.safersys.org for proper verification.

Check their insurance coverage – you don’t want anything to happen to your piano.  But in case something does happen to it, you want to make sure that you can get a replacement. Make sure that the movers that you have employed have enough coverage to replace or repair your piano.

Do your research – people who have used the piano movers’ services will most likely have something to say about them.

Get the best movers to ensure that your piano arrives in your new home safe and sound.

What you should know before moving


Before you get a moving company to help you relocate there are certain things that need to be clear. First of all do they have the right papers to be in the moving business? Do they know what is expected of them and do you know what is expected of you? You should also ask about the estimate. Are moving companies registered with the government?

It's important to know what the regulations are when it comes to movers and what they should be able to show you as proof of their legitimacy as a moving business. Once I've hired a moving company, what am I responsible for?