How much does it cost to move a piano?

Moving a piano is incredibly difficult and not something we’d recommend for anyone to try that isn’t a professional. They’re heavy, oddly shaped, and maneuvering it to the moving truck can be a nightmare if you have to go down stairs or through narrow corridors. On top of that, the last thing you want is to irreparably damage your piano because of a simple mistake. You might be worried about the cost of moving a piano, but the risk of damage just isn’t worth the potential savings.

What would you rather pay? The cost of moving a piano from A to B or the cost of a brand new piano because you wanted to save a few bucks? Whether you’re going cross country or across town, leave it to the specialists and rest easy knowing that your piano is in good hands.

Texas Piano Moving Cost

We travel the state of Texas twice a month between these major cities. This allows us the ability to assemble several piano moves, make a route and time schedule, and offer these very reasonable prices. As interest allows we get out west to Midland, Odessa, Lubbock, and Amarillo, also out to East Texas, Tyler, Longview, Nacogdoches, and such. Submit a quote request or call to get a quote for any destination you don’t see. It is our privilege to serve your piano moving needs.

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Prices to or from these major cities in Texas

Dallas – Ft. Worth
to Austin

Starting at $650

to Houston

Starting at $600

to Dallas – Ft. Worth

Starting at $690

San Antonio
to Houston

Starting at $660

Dallas – Ft. Worth
to San Antonio

Starting at $770

to San Antonio

Starting at $560

These prices are contingent on the following conditions:

  • Prices are for upright pianos (Baby Grands and Grands add an additional $100.00 to $150.00 according to length).
  • Pianos need to be within city limit or nearer than 10 miles of city limit.
  • No more than 3 exterior steps at either pick up or destination.
  • Pianos going from and to first floors.
  • Pick up and delivery need to fall under the definition of window of opportunity (expedited service adds 40% to above price)

These prices cover better than 60% of moves going from and to the major cities in Texas. Cost will vary in small increments in accordance to changes in above conditions.

What else goes into the piano moving cost?

Like we detailed above, the cost of moving a piano depends on the type of piano, the distance of the move, if there are stairs at the location, and many other factors. Larger pianos are more difficult to move because they’re (naturally) larger, heavier, and their shape can be troublesome depending on your location. All of these factors make the move take longer because our moving specialists are going to take their time and be extraordinarily careful to make sure your piano ends up at the destination in the same condition it entered our hands.

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