How Simply Removals Bristol can shift your upright or grand pianos across the UK

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Grand and upright pianos: from Small Grand to Concert Grand, and Spinet to Upright Pianos, you can trust Simply Removals Bristol to ferry your precious piano from Lerwick to Liskeard.


Tea lovers of a certain age may remember the PG Tips adverts with the chimpanzees. Its most famous one involved Mr Shifter, a furniture remover who had tried (and failed) to move an upright piano downstairs. We at Simply Removals Bristol (happily) haven’t picked up any tips from the simian shifters and have ten years experience of moving pianos. Upright and grand pianos throughout the length and breadth of the United Kingdom.

What the 1970s and 1980s PG Tips advertisements have proved (as well as some animal welfare issues) is that shifting pianos should be left to the professionals. What might suit a Baby Grand may be unsuitable for a Studio Piano. Our piano shifters are fully insured and trained to shift any shape and size of piano – from a modest pub piano to anything like Rick Wakeman’s bank of keyboards.

If you’ve got a concert to fulfil, we’ll make sure that you and the piano won’t miss the gig. If you’re moving and need an upright piano shifting, we can do that too. The kind of venue doesn’t matter either; pubs to theatres and indoor arenas are doable. Pianos aren’t the only large musical instruments we can move. Anything else that is large such as harps, electric organs and harpsichords. Our vehicles come equipped with all the necessary ramps and straps.

We at Simply Removals Bristol can get you to the show on time with your musical instruments safely carried from Bristol to Barnstaple, or Filton to Fraserburgh. If any of the above strikes a chord with you, why not call us on 0117 329 0499. We will be delighted to help you.

Simply Removals Bristol, 18 November 2015.

Two pianos – grand piano and upright piano” by “Photo: © Copyright Steinway & Sons”. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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