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How to Store a Piano

Pianos can be invaluable heirlooms that fill a house with beautiful music, but unless they're being played regularly, they might just be taking up space. Whether you want to store a piano to pass on to your kids or grandkids, or you need somewhere to keep it until you have enough space for it in your home, you'll want to store it safely in order to maintain its playability and value.

Good Packing Begins with Good Packing Materials

You can purchase packing materials in lots of places—big box stores, office supply stores, even your local big pharmacy carries some. However, be advised that the materials you find on popular retail shelves can vary in quality and price. And there are many to choose from. Which are the right ones for your move? Here are a few of the essential materials you will want to have on hand to “pack like a pro.”

A place for everything—and everything in its place – Storage

You unwrap a new toaster on Christmas, and the old one goes into the attic. You add a few pounds during the winter, so you buy new summer clothes—and put the old ones in the cedar chest. Then there’s that pinball machine in the basement no one plays anymore. Someday the grandkids may want it—better hold onto it.
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No, We Don’t Leave Things in the Yard - Storage in Transit

Storage in Transit is like having an ace in the hole. It’s here if you need to play it. The concept is simple: we keep your things in our warehouse, safe from loss or damage, until you’re ready to receive them. We don’t unpack the cartons; we put them in secure containers. We wrap upholstered furniture, like sofas and overstuffed chairs, in plastic stretch wrap and place them on racks. It’s all very clean and orderly.

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