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Moving house

Post by markymark » 16 Mar 2014, 23:30

Am getting married soon but will be starting to move my personal belongings into what will be our marital home. The piano will be one of those things which is why I am posting now. How long should you give a piano to acclimatise to its new surrounding before getting it tuned and/or serviced?

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Re: Moving house

Post by Barrie Heaton » 17 Mar 2014, 09:41

markymark wrote:Am getting married soon but will be starting to move my personal belongings into what will be our marital home. The piano will be one of those things which is why I am posting now. How long should you give a piano to acclimatise to its new surrounding before getting it tuned and/or serviced?
Congrats on the wedding is she a player
3 -4 weeks for the piano

Moving house can be stressful.. Advice! don't watch them, move you piano that's even more stressful... watching them bounce you now demoted to 2nd love of your life

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Re: Moving house

Post by markymark » 17 Mar 2014, 23:35

Thanks Barrie!

Yeah she is a player and teaches piano privately.

As the for the piano, you're dead right there! Don't know how I'll get through that!

It's ok! If I get too stressed about scratches to my polyester, the Piano Lounge seems to be taking a very strong guidance counsellor vein these days since I've been away! Lol! :wink:

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