• 8130 Lakewood Main Street , Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34202
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Piano Movers in Clewiston

Baby Grand Pianos Moved From Here To There & Everywhere

Piano Movers Quote is here to aid with all of your Baby Grand Piano requirements. From around the corner moves to across the nation moves, our specialists at Piano Movers Quote are all set to assist you. We are here to help you take the tension out out of moving your Piano .

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Specialty Loading & Unloading Pianos[/ltb_heading]

Sometimes you require an unique box to move specific kinds of Upright Piano, Baby Grand Piano, Grand Piano, Piano. We have you covered. We provide any size and type of box.

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Local Grand Piano Relocations

Whether you are walking around the corner or down the street, we can help! Speak with us about your local relocation today!

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Out-of-State Moves

We understand what a trouble it is moving across the nation. Do not fret! We take the stress of long-distance relocations.

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Full Piano Loading Providers

We understand how difficult packing a house can be, that is why we provide full-service packing for you and your household.

School Moving

Are you relocating your office? We have you covered. We do not just focus on moving homes, but also companies too!

Packaging Materials

Out of boxes, tape, or box fillers? No issue. We have all of that on hand every day to make your packaging procedure as easy as we can.

Moving Upright Pianos

Are you stressed about lifting up your heavy Baby Grand Pianos on moving day? Don’t be! From your Pianos to your sturdy Pianos, we will take care of ALL the heavy lifting.

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More About Clewiston

Clewiston is a city in Hendry County, Florida, United States. Its location is eighty miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale on the Atlantic coastal plain. The population was 7,155 at the 2010 census,[5] up from 6,460 at the 2000 census. The estimated population in 2018 was 7,985.[2] The city is located on the south bank of Lake Okeechobee, and the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail passes through the edge of the city. The city is home to Billie Swamp Safari, the Clewiston Museum and the Dixie Crystal Theatre. The area has been home to Seminole tribe members and sugar plantations. The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Seminole Indian Museum is located 32 miles south of the city.

The area beside Lake Okeechobee was once used as a fishing camp by the Seminole tribe. The first permanent settlement began in 1920, when John O’Brien of Philadelphia and Alonzo Clewis of Tampa purchased a large tract of land to establish a town. They commissioned a town plan and built the Moore Haven & Clewiston Railroad to connect the community to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at Moore Haven. Incorporated as a city in 1925, Clewiston would become noted for its sport fishing, particularly of largemouth bass.