• 8130 Lakewood Main Street , Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34202
  • 863-400-0482

Piano Movers in Ybor City

Grand Pianos Moved From Here To There & All over

Piano Movers Quote is here to assist with all of your Upright Piano needs. From around the corner moves to across the country moves, our professionals at Piano Movers Quote are prepared to assist you. We are here to help you take the stress out out of moving your Piano .

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About us here at Piano Movers Quote

Specialty Loading & Unloading Pianos[/ltb_heading]

Often you need a special box to move particular kinds of Upright Piano, Baby Grand Piano, Grand Piano, Piano. We have you covered. We use any size and kind of box.

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Local Piano Moves Relocations

Whether you are moving the corner or down the street, we can help! Speak to us about your regional move today!

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Out-of-State Moves

We understand what an inconvenience it is moving across the nation. Don’t fret! We take the stress of long-distance moves.

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Complete Piano Unloading Services

We know how demanding packing a home can be, that is why we provide full-service packaging for you and your household.

School Moving

Are you transferring your company? We have you covered. We do not simply focus on moving homes, but also businesses as well!

Packing Products

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

Moving Pianos

Are you fretted about lifting your heavy Baby Grand Pianos on moving day? Do not be! From your Upright Pianos to your heavy-duty Pianos, we will look after ALL the heavy lifting.

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More About Ybor City

Ybor City (/ˈiːbɔːr/ EE-bor)[1] is a historic neighborhood in Tampa, Florida, United States, located just northeast of downtown. It was founded in the 1880s by Vicente Martinez-Ybor and other cigar manufacturers and was populated by thousands of immigrants, mainly from Cuba, Spain, and Italy. For the next 50 years, workers in Ybor City’s cigar factories rolled hundreds of millions of cigars annually.

Ybor City was unique in the American South as a successful town almost entirely populated and owned by immigrants. The neighborhood had features unusual among contemporary communities in the south, most notably its multi-ethnic and multi-racial population and their many mutual aid societies. The cigar industry employed thousands of well-paid workers, helping Tampa grow from an economically depressed village to a bustling city in about 20 years and giving it the nickname “Cigar City”.[2]