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Specialty Loading & Unloading Pianos[/ltb_heading]
In some cases you require a special box to move specific types of Upright Piano, Baby Grand Piano, Grand Piano, Piano. We have you covered. We use any size and kind of box.
Local Upright Piano Relocations
Whether you are moving around the corner or down the street, we can help! Speak to us about your regional move today!
We understand what a trouble it is moving across the nation. Do not fret! We take the stress of long-distance moves.
Full Piano Unloading Services
We understand how demanding packing up a house can be, that is why we offer full-service packaging for you and your family.
Are you relocating your company? We have you covered. We do not just focus on moving homes, but also companies also!
Out of boxes, tape, or box fillers? No issue. We have all of that on hand every day to make your packing procedure as simple as we can.
Are you fretted about lifting your heavy Baby Grand Pianos on moving day? Do not be! From your Upright Pianos to your sturdy Upright Pianos, we will look after ALL the heavy lifting.
Our Satisfied Customer Says
I am happy with your moving business. Not only did the movers appear right on time, but they were also really friendly and extremely organized. Thanks once again for all the assistance!
This business was great! Expert movers with a fantastic funny bone. They had us loaded up and headed out in no time! I would suggest them to everyone! Thanks for an excellent experience!
Excellent crew! They were quickly but likewise mindful with all of our valuables. They responded to all of our questions and were very kind. Great work all around!
Excellent Packaging Job!
My household and I did not have time to get our home packed up prior to the move. The movers at business were so fast! I am beyond delighted that we benefited from this service. Thanks so much!
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More About Oviedo
Oviedo (/ˌoʊˈviːdoʊ/ oh-VEE-doh) is a city in Seminole County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 33,342, representing an increase of 7,026 (26.7%) from the 26,316 counted in the 2000 Census. It is part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area. Oviedo is known for its historic houses and buildings, as well as its population of chickens that roam the downtown area. Although the city has historically been rural, in recent years it has had an influx of new developments to support its rapid growth, due to its proximity to the University of Central Florida and the Central Florida Research Park. Several national publications have placed Oviedo on their nationally ranked lists as one of the best places to live in the US.
In the late 1870s, individuals living a few miles south of Lake Jesup needed an easily accessible post office in the Florida back country. Andrew Aulin, an early settler and shop-owner, decided to file paperwork for a post office, and in his first site location report, needed a name that was different from any other post office in Florida. Aulin liked having a Spanish name, “to honor the Spanish heritage of the state,” and decided to name his post office location “Oviedo” after the city of Oviedo in northern Spain (the capital city of the Principality of Asturias) and the University of Oviedo. Some say he visited the university, while others say he just liked the sound of it, but most agree that he likely pronounced the name correctly oh-vee-AY-doh rather than the Americanized way of oh-VEE-doh. A recent campaign advocates for honoring Aulin’s original concept for the town’s moniker by returning to the correct Spanish pronunciation oh-vee-AY-doh).