So, you’ve decided to move the piano yourself! Pay special attention to the following points. But the main advice is not to do it on your own, but to seek help from a

1. Take your measurements.

Before you begin, it is very important to carefully measure the dimensions of the piano, as well as the path you will be moving it. Be sure to measure hallways, doorways, and stairwells so you know the piano will be easy to transport on moving day. You don’t want to get stuck on the fourth floor of your hallway.

It is important to note that shipping costs will likely depend on the size and weight of your piano.

2. Prepare everything you need for transportation.

You’ll probably want to protect yourself and the tool during loading and transport. Scratched walls, dented railings, broken tools and injuries can all be avoided with the right equipment. To protect yourself, your fellow piano haulers, and the piano itself, run to your local store for the following items:

Work gloves
Heavy Duty Tape
Plastic film or thick cloth/blanket
Four wheel trolley
Lifting belts
Weightlifting Belts

You can find these items at most home improvement or hardware stores.How to transport a piano yourself

3. Clear a path to move the piano.

Before moving your piano, it is important to remove any decorations or obstructions from the path. It is also a good idea to triple check that children or pets are not in the way when you are moving the piano.

Cover the corners of the piano with protective bumpers or extra towels to prevent scratches and scratches.

4. Hire movers.

How many people does it take to move a piano? A minimum of four people will be required, with two or three people doing the heavy lifting and the rest guiding them to or from the machine. However, you may need more depending on the size of the piano and the difficulty of the route. In any case, moving a piano is not an easy task, so you will need strong helpers.

5. Wrap the piano.

Both upright and grand pianos must be wrapped before moving. However, the process is different for each because a grand piano needs to be disassembled before moving, while an upright piano can be moved as is. Here’s a quick rundown of how to transport each one (be sure to have some padding and tape ready).

How to transport a piano:
It’s time to put on your work gloves and prepare your piano for transport. First, wrap the lid in plastic wrap around it and secure it with tape to prevent it from opening along the way. Then wrap the pedals in plastic wrap or cloth and secure with tape. Finally, wrap the front, back, and sides of the piano in thick fabric and secure with tape. Be sure to secure everything securely and layer the padding to ensure optimal protection during transit.