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Need a piano moved safely in Sydney? Here's how.


Pianos are expensive, treasured pieces of musical equipment and the last thing you need is to hurt yourself, damage your home and wreck your piano. Whether you have a grand piano, upright or pianola, you need to ensure that it gets from A to B safely. Pianos may be expensive, but they also carry special significance for their owners, with many being family heirlooms passed down through the generations.  We understand that people get attached to their pianos and it can be a major headache when a move is on the cards. A piano is like a member of family and it is hard to imagine it not being around. You wouldn’t entrust your baby to someone who didn’t know how to change a nappy, so why would you risk your piano’s safety by trying to do it yourself or hiring a general remover with no specialist piano moving knowledge or equipment? Before making any decision, call Afford Sydney Piano Removals for professional advice.

We can advise you on how your piano should be moved according to its type and circumstances. We are the experts and treat each and every piano differently, taking into account factors like the type, weight, condition of your piano, but also the access conditions at pick-up and drop-off points.  We develop a complete removal plan, highlighting each step of your piano removal. Although, a solid plan is important, it usually isn’t enough to ensure the safety of a piano. Over the years we have come across many, many examples of DIY piano removals gone wrong. We have received calls from worried piano owners who couldn’t get the piano in or out of their premises, had got the piano stuck, or had already damaged their prized possession and were desperate to avoid sustaining more. All of these people had one thing in common: they had made a plan, but they didn’t have any EXPERIENCE and couldn’t predict and, more importantly, avoid the potential problems evident in their piano moving scenario.

Experience and planning are the keys to a successful move. 

Make sure nothing goes wrong.

Out of sight, out of mind. If you don’t consider a piano’s delicate mechanism, it could be damaged by sudden jolts and collisions. Many people concentrate on the exterior of the instrument where damage is evident to the naked eye. Although, scratches and dents will spoil the aesthetic appeal of an elegant grand piano or imposing pianola, a broken mechanism can sometimes put the instrument out of service for good.

We know how pianos work. We are familiar with their inner workings and different mechanisms. We know which pianos need to be dismantled and how to reassemble at your destination and we know how to move your piano securely, avoiding damage to the interior and exterior. 

How to move your piano right

Now that you know what could go wrong, it’s time to tell you how to make your move go right. You can save yourself time, worry and money by hiring a professional piano mover. We have the equipment, expertise and experience necessary to move grand pianos, baby grands, uprights and pianolas. Our specialist equipment and vehicles protect your piano during transit and our crews know how to predict and deal with the most difficult moving predicaments. You won’t have to fret about costly repairs and because we know Sydney like the back of our hand, we will deliver your piano to its destination in the most time-efficient way possible. 

Call us today to find out more.  We serve all of Sydney and Sydney Suburbs.