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Luna's Piano Movers: Getting a Quick Quote for Your Piano Move
At Luna's Piano Movers, we understand that moving a piano is a big undertaking. Whether you're moving to a new home, concert hall, or recording studio, you want to ensure that your piano is transported safely and efficiently. That's why we offer a quick quote service to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible for our customers.
Here's how it works:
Fill Out the Quick Quote Form: To get started, simply fill out our quick quote form on our website. This form is designed to gather important information about your piano move, such as the type of piano you have, the distance of the move, and any additional services you may require.
Receive Your Quote: Once you submit the form, our team of expert piano movers will review the information you've provided and provide you with a quick quote for your move. This quote will include an accurate estimate of the cost of your move, based on the information you've provided.
Schedule Your Move: If you're happy with the quote, the next step is to schedule your move. Our team will work with you to find a convenient date and time for your move, and will provide you with all the information you need to prepare for moving day.
Enjoy a Stress-Free Move: On moving day, our team of experienced piano movers will arrive at your location on time and ready to work. We use the latest equipment and techniques to ensure that your piano is transported safely and efficiently, so you can enjoy a stress-free move.
At Luna's Piano Movers, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest level of service and professionalism. Our quick quote service is just one of the many ways we strive to make the piano moving process as easy and stress-free as possible for our customers. Contact us today to request your free simple quote and see why we're the top choice for piano moving services.
Vertical Piano Type and Measurements
Vertical pianos are classified based on a combination of factors, including piano height, cabinet style, and size and position of the action. This diagram illustrates how the height of the piano affects the size and position of its action. The tallest and heaviest of the uprights is the Upright Grand (52"-60"), weighing up to 800lbs. The full-size Upright (47"–52") has a full-size, extended direct-blow action. The Studio piano (44"–47") features a full-size, direct-blow action, while the Console piano (40"–44") has a compressed action with smaller action parts. The Spinet (36"–40") has a full-size, but indirect-blow action. Each type of action has its own advantages and disadvantages. While most domestic vertical actions made in the past hundred years fall into these general categories, foreign-made pianos may have action parts that fall between two types, and some hybrid or unusual actions may not fit into any category. Our movers are equipped to handle any type of vertical piano.
Grand Piano Types and Measurements
in contrast to vertical pianos, grand pianos distinguish themselves primarily through their length rather than the type, size, or position of their actions. Longer grand pianos typically feature longer keys than shorter ones. While the size classification of grand pianos lacks standardization, a common classification scheme includes Baby Grand (4' 6"–5' 6"), Medium Grand (5' 6"–6' 6"), Large Grand (6' 6"–7' 6"), and Concert Grand (over 7' 6"). While historical names such as Petite Grand, Parlor Grand, and Living-Room Grand have been used to describe grand piano sizes, these monikers lack technical or standardized meaning.