Piano Moves

Professional Piano Movers

Professional Piano Movers

For piano movers, the most important part of piano moving is prepping the piano. This means wrapping the piano in a series of blankets so that the surface of the piano isn't scuffed or gouged (refinishing a piano can be very expensive).

Making sure the piano is moved in a way that avoids damaging bumps and scrapes, is a piano mover's second most important task. Any professional piano mover worth their salt will have special tools for the job: like a piano dolly (a heavy duty 4-wheeled dolly with uni-directional wheels that can support a piano's weight) and a piano board (a long board that the piano is strapped to for the purpose of moving the piano).

As piano moving experts we can offer distinct advantages making the process safe and efficient.
Moving a piano is no easy feat, but with a dedicated team of experts by your side, Burke makes moving a piano simple. We provide a wide range of options and will work with you to create a customized plan for handling your piano.

Burke has handled every type of piano including upright pianos, moving a baby grand and grand pianos, and digital pianos. Our crews are trained in the professional preparation and moving of pianos making Burke Moving & Storage the preferred piano mover in Cheyenne and the surrounding area.

Types of Piano Moves

Spinet Console Piano Moving:

Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 36 inches but not in excess of 42 inches.

Studio Upright Pianos Moves:

Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 42 inches but not in excess of 46 inches.

Upright Piano Moving:

Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 46 inches.

Player Upright Piano Moving:

Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 42 inches and with an electric or pump player mechanism built into the case of the piano.

Spinet Organs Moving:

Small organs in which the pedals do not detach before moving and/or with a maximum of two 44 noted keyboards with one octave attached.

Console Organ Moves:

Larger organs with detachable pedals and/or with more than two 44 noted keyboards with more than one octave attached.

Concert Organ Moving:

Very large organs with detachable pedals and a size in excess of 44 inches high, 31 inches wide and 56 inches long, and/or a combined cube in excess of 44 cubic feet.

Baby Grand Piano Moving:

Grand pianos with a length not to exceed 6 feet.

Studio Grand Piano Moving:

Grand pianos in excess of 6 feet in length but not in excess of 6 feet 6 inches.

Parlor Grand Piano Moves:

Grand pianos in excess of 6 feet 6 inches in length but not in excess of 7 feet 6 inches.

Concert Grand Piano Moving:

Grand pianos in excess of 7 feet 6 inches in length but not in excess of 9 feet.

Player Baby Grand Pianos:

Grand pianos with a length not in excess of 6 feet and with an electric or pump player mechanism attached to the case.

Player Studio Grand Piano:

A Grand piano with a length that is in excess of 6 feet but not in excess of 6 feet 6 inches and with an electric or pump player mechanism attached to the case.

Player Parlor Grand Piano:

A Grand piano with a length that is in excess of 6 feet 6 inches but not in excess of 7 feet 6 inches and with an electric or pump player mechanism attached to the case.

Player Concert Grand Piano:

A Grand piano with a length in excess of 7 feet 6 inches but not in excess of 9 feet with an electric or pump player mechanism attached to the case.