Not only a GOOD piano mover, but a GRAND piano mover.

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Piano Movers of Texas is a fully licensed and insured moving company based out of the DFW Metroplex. You piano is safe in our hands.

Not only a GOOD piano mover, but a GRAND piano mover.


Piano Movers of Texas has been moving and storing pianos in the DFW area for the last decade. We’ve built our business on having friendly, well seasoned staff members that are prompt to respond to your needs.

Whether you have an upright, baby grand, or grand piano, we have the expertise and experience to move it safely to your desired destination. You can rest easy knowing that we respect your property and will handle it knowing our livelihood depends on your satisfaction with our service.

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Why Choose Us?

When it comes to moving your piano, you can’t go with a company that cuts corners. We’ve moved thousands of pianos over the last decade and treat every piano like its our own. Don’t take our word for it. See what our customers have to say about our piano moving services.

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Local & statewide piano moves

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Climate controlled piano storage

Moving a piano is never easy, and even professional household movers have problems moving them. While pianos come in a variety of sizes and styles, all of them are heavy and awkward to move. That’s why it’s a good idea to contact professionals for help when any type of piano needs to be moved. 

We’re the Team You Can Trust

At Piano Movers of Texas, we’ve developed a reputation for handling our client’s pianos with care, and we always take every precaution possible to prevent any damage to any piano we’re entrusted with. Whether you’ve got an antique upright, a spinet, console, or grand piano, we’ve got the experience needed to move it quickly and safely.

Trust Your Piano to People Who Care

Piano owners love music, and, to them, pianos are more than investment. Because we understand how important a piano is to anyone who loves music, we take the time necessary to make sure your piano is moved in a way that virtually eliminates any chance of damage occurring. When it’s time to move a piano, there are specific steps our team of experts take to make sure the move goes smoothly.


As one of the best piano movers in DFW, we’re known for our ability to handle every last detail of our customers’ needs because we want you to feel comfortable leaving your piano in our care.

Piano Moving

Across the room, across town, or hundreds of miles, we strive to make your piano move safe and simple.

Piano Storage

We store the pianos stretch wrapped and elevated 8 inches above the floor for a good air flow.

Planning the Move

We carefully plan the best way to move a specific piano from one point to another. In some cases, that step is relatively straightforward. There are doors and maybe a step or two to get past. Even then, we carefully measure everything to make sure the piano will have adequate clearance to get through any door without suffering scrapes or nicks.

However, there are many times when the planning is far more involved. When the piano must be moved up or down several steps, the move instantly becomes more complicated. Pianos are always heavy, so dealing with a flight of steps requires special preparations. 

Corners also present issues when moving a piano. Hallways are generally quite narrow, and moving a large piano around any corner is always going to be somewhat problematic. The piano may need to be tipped on end to get around a corner or some disassembly may be required. That’s a job you’ll always want our experienced team to help with.

Weight Is Always an Issue

Even the lightest piano will weigh at least 300 to 400 pounds. While that may not seem like a lot of weight, it is. Even experienced piano movers use care to avoid accidents that will damage a piano or injure one of the people moving it. Most industry experts discourage anyone thinking about a DIY piano move in even the best circumstances.

A larger upright piano can easily weigh anywhere from 500 to 800 pounds, with some ornate units tipping the scale at over 900 pounds. In addition, a large upright can be five feet or more tall. That means they are clumsy to move, especially if they must be tipped, as they are not designed to balance well during a move.

Finally, if you’re lucky enough to own a grand piano, it will take even more care to move. Grand pianos can easy weigh over 1,000 pounds, with some reaching 1,200 pounds or more. Because of their shape, even more precautions are needed to move them without causing damage. Our team has the experience to evaluate the type of piano you have and move it without harming the piano or a home’s walls and woodwork.

100% safe and secure piano moving

No matter where you are going, you can rest assured knowing your piano is safe and sound in our hands because not only are we good piano movers, we’re grand piano movers.

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Piano Movers of Texas offers piano moving and piano storage for customers in the DFW area as well as throughout the great state of Texas.

There isn’t a good, flat number we can put on the cost to move a piano. Our pricing heavily depends on the type of piano (upright vs baby grand vs grand) you need moved, how far you need to move the piano, and where the piano is located in your home / building. The price to move an upright piano that’s on the ground floor of a home next to the front door is going to be drastically different than moving a grand piano in a ballroom on the third floor of a hotel.

Typically, same city moves can be performed same day (provided it’s a quick, easy move and not one that requires a crane for a multi-story move).

If you have a piano to move from one city in Texas to another, we travel the state twice a month between these major cities. This gives us the ability to move multiple pianos at once, make a route and time schedule, and offer a lower, more reasonable price.

We primarily service the DFW, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio areas, but as interest allows, we get out west to Midland, Odessa, Lubbock, Amarillo, Tyler, Longview, and Nacogdoches.

Our space is about 4000 sq. ft. with climate control. The storage process starts when we pick up the piano.  The piano is padded, stretch wrapped, and labeled before being elevated 8 inches off the floor in our warehouse. We want you to feel comfortable leaving your piano in our care.

Unfortunately, no. We do not handle piano tuning, but have partnered with the PTG to help you find piano technicians in your area.

We’re the Team with All the Right Tools

Another reason to contact our team to move your piano is the tools we have available to successfully move even the largest pianos. Even though most pianos have some type of caster, they should not be relied on to move a piano across a floor. Those casters are famous for gouging wood floors and damaging carpeting. 

We have the tools available to move your piano over any type of flooring. Dollies are the most important tools in our arsenal, but other equipment is commonly used to ensure your piano is moved without damaging anything in the process.

Yes, Our Trucks are Important Too

Not just any truck should be used to move your prized possession. Pianos can easily be damaged if they’re not transported in trucks designed to keep them safe. Our trucks are constructed to provide the protection any type of piano needs during any local or longer move. Of course, we also use padding to provide an extra level of safety many typical movers don’t offer. 

Keeping the Costs as Low as Possible

We know our clients don’t want to spend more than necessary to move their pianos, so we’re always willing to offer suggestions that will keep that expense as low as possible. For example, any time our crew can save reduces the cost of a move. That means if you’re willing to remove obstacles instead of having our crew handle the chore, it can save money. 

So, how do we estimate the cost for a move? Obviously, the size of the piano is one factor to consider. The larger the piano, the more it will cost to move. Next, we estimate the amount of time it will take our crew to move the piano. The type of equipment needed and the number of people needed for the crew are also figured. 

Pianos located on upper levels of a home will also cost more to move. Going up or down stairways is difficult and time-consuming. If the piano needs to be partially disassembled, that will also add to the final cost. If you’ve got some type of unique situation, we’re always here to offer advice and determine the best way to complete the move and keep the costs manageable.

Over the years, we’ve built our business on providing quality service our clients can always rely on. We’ll always take the time to discuss any specific needs and concerns when moving your piano. Since pianos are frequently very valuable, we understand your need to be reassured the piano will treated properly during every stage of a move. 

If you’ve got questions or would like a quote to move your piano, feel free to contact our team. We’re always here to provide a level of service you expect from the best piano movers around.

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