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Tom's piano moving company has been proudly satisfying thousands and thousands of Customers' piano moving needs in Los Angeles and across California since 1995.
We are very proud of the repeat business, and the confidence our Customers continue to place in us. The impeccable reputation which we have earned during over 22 years of piano moving service is why over 90% of our Moving Business comes from repeat Customers and their referrals.
Tom's piano moving company strives to exceed our Customers' expectations. We are dedicated to two major objectives:
- - Our number one primary goal is customer satisfaction.
- - Diminish most of your worry and stress out of your piano moving needs.
We have achieved our reputation through reliability, dependability, careful handling of your piano, courtesy, promptness, with competitive piano moving rates, and with experienced, honest, hardworking, piano moving company professionals in Los Angeles, who are very adept and have remarkable piano moving techniques.
Tom's moving piano company would very much appreciate the opportunity to provide you with that same "Exceptional Moving Service" which you may deserve, and quite possibly earn the right to your repeat business too!
Tom's piano moving company Los Angeles, CA
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If you’re looking for affordable professional piano moving company, your at the right place.
We not only serve the Los Angeles Area but also move pianos in Orange County, San diego County all the way upto Sacramento California.
Locations we may service, Los Angeles, Glendale, San Fernando Valley, Huntington Park, Maywood, Beverly Hills, Alhambra, Monterey Park, West Hollywood, Inglewood, South Pasadena, Bell, Culver City, North Hollywood, Universal City, La Crescenta, Pasadena, Studio City, South Gate,
Bell Gardens, Playa Del Rey, Burbank, Montebello, Lynwood, San Gabriel, San Marino, Compton, Rosemead, Hawthorne, Downey, Verdugo City, Pico
Rivera, Valley Village, Gardena, Montrose, La Canada Flintridge, Sherman Oaks, Garden Grove, Altadena, Marina Del Rey, Paramount, Venice, Santa Monica,
El Segundo, South El Monte, Whittier, Temple City, Lawndale, Toluca Lake, Panorama City, Van Nuys, Pacoima, El Monte, Torrance,
Arcadia, Sun Valley, Carson, Long Beach, Bellflower, Santa Fe Springs, Mount Wilson, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Tujunga, Norwalk,
Sierra Madre, Encino, Sunland, Hermosa Beach, Lakewood, Artesia, North Hills, Northridge, Reseda, Cerritos, La Mirada, Mission Hills,
La Palma, Buena Park,
Types of Piano
Spinet Console Piano: Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 36 inches but not in excess of 42 inches.
Studio Upright Pianos: Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 42 inches but not in excess of 46 inches.
Upright Piano: Vertical pianos with a height in excess of 46 inches.
Player Upright Piano: 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: 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: Larger organs with detachable pedals and/or with more than two 44 noted keyboards with more than one octave attached.
Concert Organ: 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: Grand pianos with a length not to exceed 6 feet.
Studio Grand Piano: Grand pianos in excess of 6 feet in length but not in excess of 6 feet 6 inches.
Parlor Grand Piano: Grand pianos in excess of 6 feet 6 inches in length but not in excess of 7 feet 6 inches.
Concert Grand Piano: 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.