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St. Louis, MO | Phone: 314.276.4544


We are a full-service organization, with a number of specialities.


Moving Your Piano

  • Competitive pricing beginning at $99.00
  • We treat your piano like it was our own
  • Specialized equipment used
  • Highly trained
  • 45 years of experience 


     Important reasons so many people consider St. Louis Piano Co. to be the best of the piano movers in the surrounding area is the attitude of our management.  St Louis Piano Co. recognizes piano moving to be just as much a skilled-labor trade as are the clockmaker, stonemason, and carpentry trades.
     Unskilled laborers by definition cannot possibly be good piano nor organ movers because of the skills required to do these difficult tasks. In a major metropolitan area like the greater St. Louis area, moving companies providing these kinds of high caliber moving services have to employ very highly-trained and experienced professionals. So we employ only the best, well-trained, skilled, and courteous professional piano movers.
     There is a litmus test for choosing a piano moving company.  Ask them if they move Concert Grand Pianos.  If the answer is No, they should not be moving any piano for you.  Yes, we move concert grand pianos, upright pianos and anything in between.  Baby Grand and Grand pianos can require special measures and so will need to be discussed on a case-by-case basis.  Please provide us with the details of your move using the Online Enquiry form and we’ll be glad to provide a quote.  We work hard to have satisfied customers, please consult our Testimonials page to see what our customers have to say about our piano services.
To book your piano removal please provide us your details using our Online Enquiry form.



Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move:

As required by the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration and the U.S. Department of Transportation, a copy of Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move is readily available by clicking the link.  You will need Adobe Reader to access the file.