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Moving Your Piano Out of State

Updated: Jun 25

Moving Your Piano Out of State

Do you have an instrument you need to move out of state? While we move pianos in the Dallas and Ft. Worth Metroplex and beyond, some moves are of such great distance it becomes very expensive to travel that long of a distance. If your instrument needs to be moved to Oklahoma or Louisiana, then a door-to-door move still makes sense. However, if you need to ship it to Florida, New York, or California there is still hope without totally breaking the bank.


Keyboard Carriage Piano Transport

Keyboard Carriage is a national transport company that transports all new keyboard instruments from manufacturers to dealerships across the nation. While Keyboard Carriage will never show up with their large semi-truck at a home to pick up or deliver a piano, they do regularly visit local dealerships and commercial locations such as our moving company. Keyboard Carriage, just like us at PianoProsDFW, are experts at keyboard moving. So when you need your instrument moved a long distance, here is how we accomplish that for you.


Moving the Piano from your home

Your instrument in the Dallas / Ft. Worth area is picked up by professional movers such as us and brought back to our offices and storage facility. Once here, Keyboard Carriage will then be scheduled and routed to our facility to pick up your grand or upright. Your instrument will make its way to Elizabethtown, KY where Keyboard Carriage is headquartered. Soon it will be routed from there to a dealership or piano mover near your new out-of-state home.


Moving the Piano to your new home

Once your instrument is delivered to a musical instrument dealership or piano moving company in your new city of residence, they will prepare it for the move to your new home.

Yes, this process of moving does take a while, (typically 4-6 weeks) however the savings can be significant compared to a direct door-to-door move out of state. If you need a piano moved out of state, contact us to learn more about our moving partnership with Keyboard Carriage.






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