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Piano Moving Service In San Francisco, CA


If you’ve ever wanted to move a piano, you know it’s a big job. But we’re here to help! Moving a piano can be a tricky process. It’s heavy and expensive, so you want to ensure you’re hiring the right people to do the job.


At Dywer Movers, we’ve been moving pianos for years—and we know how to do it right. We’ll come to your home or office and give you an estimate for the move, then provide an exact quote once we’ve assessed the weight of your piano and determined how much space it will take up in our moving van. We’ll disassemble your piano and reassemble it at its new home, too.


You can trust us to handle your instrument with care, whether you’re moving it across town or the country. We’ll take the time to wrap your piano in blankets carefully so it arrives at its new location safely and sound.


Call us today if you’re looking for someone to help with your next piano move to San Francisco!

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Services We Have To Offer!

Local & Long Distance Piano Moving

Whether you’re moving within the town or across state lines, we know how to get your piano where it needs to go. We have a wide range of experience with pianos—we have moved both antique and modern models alike—and our methods are guaranteed to be safe for both the piano and its owner.

We can handle any size, from toy pianos to grand pianos, and we will take the time to make sure that you receive the care that your instrument deserves at all stages of the process. We use only professional tools and equipment to move your piano as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Piano Storage

We offer piano storage services that are convenient, affordable, and secure. Our facilities have state-of-the-art climate control systems to keep your instrument in pristine condition for as long as needed.

We’ll pick up your piano and store it in our warehouse until you need it again. We can even deliver it back to you! With Dywers Moving, your piano will be safe and sound, so you don’t have to worry about anything.

Grand Or Upright, We Move It All!

When you’re moving, you want to hire a mover specializing in your needs. You need an expert who knows how to move a Steinway, not just any ol’ piano. We are the experts when it comes to moving pianos. We have been moving pianos for years and know how to handle all pianos: grand pianos, baby grands, upright pianos, and upright spinets. Our piano movers in San Francisco are trained in the proper techniques for moving these delicate instruments to arrive in perfect condition at their new homes.

Piano Moving Estimates San Francisco

We’re here to help you estimate your piano move, and we want you to get an accurate idea of what it will cost. Here’s how we do it:

  1. We look at the piano itself and see how much it weighs. We can usually tell by looking at the size of the case, but sometimes we’ll have to take measurements or even weigh it ourselves.
  2. We check the distance between your new home and the old one. If you move the piano between two floors, we’ll see how many stairs there are. This helps us determine whether or not a lift is necessary for your move—and if so, whether it will be rented or purchased for use on this particular move only.
  3. Then we get in touch with you again (or email) with an estimate based on all these factors that include: shipping costs, labor costs, supplies needed for packing/unpacking (if required), taxes (if applicable), any additional fees for special circumstances (such as having more than one piano moved at once), etc.
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Frequently Ask Questions

How much does moving a piano cost in San Francisco?

The cost depends on multiple factors, including the size, weight, and type of piano. It also depends on how many pianos you want to be moved. The average cost of moving a piano in San Francisco ranges between $200 to $400.

Can I move a piano by myself?

You can move a piano by yourself, but it’s not recommended. Moving a piano is a big job and needs to be done right. When moving a piano, you’ll need to be careful not to damage or injure yourself. If you have doubts about handling the task, don’t hesitate to hire our professional movers for your piano.

Can I store my piano in the garage?

The problem with storing your piano in the garage is that it can damage the wood and strings, decreasing its value as an instrument. Storing in a garage also makes it more difficult to maintain its value; if you sell it one day, you’ll want to make sure that it’s in tip-top shape when you do.