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How Much Will My Piano Move Cost?

That depends on the type of piano, mileage, and other factors.

Piano moves start at $369.00

All rates quoted are door-to-door insured. See photos, below, to identify your piano and the base price.

 

Mileage: add $1/mile round trip if more than 25 miles beyond the our local territories of DC Metro, Richmond, Charlottesville, and Harrisonburg.

 

Stair steps numbering 6 or more in a row: $50 per flight – add $100 if an extra mover is needed.

 

Around the house over grass: $50 for smaller pianos, $150 for grand pianos and vertical grand pianos

 

Elevator service:  $50 over 7 floors.

 

Long distance moves of 4 hours or more with 2 movers is billed at $140/hr. See the maps link for billable hours adding 1 hour at each location for packing and unpacking.

 

To expedite your piano move quote, click here

Digital Pianos   $369

Spinet  36 - 40"  $369

Console 40" - 44"  $369

Studio 45" - 52"  $369

Cabinet Grand 50" - 56"  $469

Square Grand  $569

Grand 5' - 6'8"  $469

Concert Grand 7' - 9'  $569

For 116 years and through 3 generations in the same family, Whitesel Charlottesville Piano Moving has safely moved thousands of pianos. Lexington, Buena Vista, Natural Bridge, Amherst, Timber Ridge, Ken's Creek and more are within our local territory.  

 

Example:

Your upright piano is being moved from Richmond, Virginia to Fredericksburg, Virginia, only 4 steps at each location –

Base cost upright: $369.00
Mileage = 100 or $100.00
Total cost: $469.00

 

Example:

Your baby grand piano is being moved locally in Richmond, Charlottesville, or Northern Virginia DC Metro area. There are 6 porch steps at one location.

Base cost grand piano: $469.00
1 flight of 6 steps: $50.00
Total cost: $519.00

 

Availability

For local moves, usually 10 days notice is sufficient. For regional moves, please book your move at least three weeks in advance.

 

Local, Regional, National

We can move your piano anywhere in the world! We move pianos locally and regionally using our own truck and our own professional moving staff. Our territory goes from southern New Jersey south to Columbia, SC, and west to eastern KY. For moves outside our region, we use our store as a pick-up or delivery point for cross-country movers that specialize in pianos only including Walter Piano Transport and Keyboard Carriage.

Harrisonburg Piano & Organ Showroom

1890 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

540-434-1376 

dylan@whiteselmusic.com

Whitesel Charlottesville Piano

634 Rio Road W, Charlottesville, VA 22901
434.296.8886  Fax 434-296-8890
cvillepiano@earthlink.net

Washington & Lee University Music Department

The Washington and Lee University Department of Music provides exceptional experiences in music training in the context of an education in the liberal arts tradition by developing students' abilities to perform, create, contextualize and analyze music. W&L Music offers numerous concerts each year including those by student ensembles, Concert Guild series, and Sonoklect, the new music/jazz series. Performances are held in the state-of-the-art Wilson Concert Hall, which opened in August of 2006, and the Lenfest Center for the Performing Arts. Department Ensembles regularly tour the United States and Europe other countries.

Lime Kiln Theater 

The Lime Kiln Theater is rooted in and inspired by the magic of a natural, outdoor theater. In 1967, two Washington and Lee University students, Tommy Spencer and Don Baker, produced A Midsummer Night’s Dream in an abandoned, turn-of-the-century lime quarry and kiln located in Lexington, VA. Fifteen years later, Tommy Spencer convinced the owner of the site containing the quarry to donate the use of the land for the establishment of an arts organization. After thousands of volunteer hours to clear the brambles, thickets, and rubble and to build the stage, the first season was presented in 1984. 

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