Top 5-types of Pianos That Are Easily Moved By Piano Movers

The piano is one of the most popular musical instruments among performers worldwide. It has several advantages. It has a significant influence on our general health.

According to research, practicing the piano enhances mental wellness. People who play the piano have lower levels of anxiety and sadness than those who do not. Playing just a few minutes every day can boost your self-esteem, make you happier, and reduce your blood pressure.

Other factors contribute to its appeal. As a result, we don’t want to lose sight of our most cherished instrument as we go from one location to another.

In general, five piano kinds can be easily transferred. Here is the list.


  1. Baby Grand Piano

Baby Grand Pianos are, as the name suggests, smaller versions of conventional Grand Pianos. They keep their worth exceedingly well, especially with care and regular maintenance, and are often 5′ to 57″ in length (from the tail to the keyboard).

It can range from $65,000 to $200,000 for more dependable and high-end brands like Yamaha, Bosendorfer, or Steinway.


  1. Concert Grand Piano

The concert grand piano is regarded as the pinnacle of piano construction and performance. They are normally 8’11” to 9″ tall, but can occasionally be bigger. Concert grand pianos have the highest loudness, the richest sound, and the most balanced tone when compared to lesser grand pianos.

In terms of pricing, a new concert grand typically costs between $130,000 and $200,000, depending on the brand and quality, while some models can cost more.


  1. Console Piano

A console piano is a big upright piano that varies from a grand piano in that the hammer-on-string action is arranged vertically instead of horizontally. Most console pianos are 40″ to 44″ tall, making them compact and space-saving while providing a greater sound and quality than smaller upright pianos such as spinets.

Its cost might range from $2,250 and $5,500.


  1. Spinet Piano

A spinet piano is a scaled-down piano. Any smaller version of a bigger instrument, such as a spinet harpsichord or organ, is referred to as a “spinet.” Spinet pianos were made from the 1930s until the late 1990s when they went out of fashion. The fundamental cause of the instrument’s extinction was its substandard tone. It is, nonetheless, still commonly used today.

Its price ranges between $1,500 and $1,500, which is inexpensive when compared to upright pianos that sell for $10,000.


  1. Upright Piano

An upright piano is a musical instrument in which the soundboard and string plane run vertically, perpendicular to the keyboard, taking up less floor space than a traditional grand piano.

Its price starts at $1000 and may go up to any limit.

The five varieties of pianos listed above are smoothly handled by experienced piano movers. Forte Piano Movers handles these pianos. You can reach out to us at any moment to learn more about our services.