A TO Z OF THE PIANO

History of the Piano The story of the piano begins in Padua, Italy in 1709, in the shop of a harpsichord maker named Bartolomeo di Francesco Cristofori (1655-1731). Eventually, a family of stringed instruments with a keyboard evolved in Europe in the 14th century. The earliest of these was a dulcimer, a closed, shallow box Read More

5 REASONS NOT TO MOVE A PIANO YOURSELF!

Some of us may have the idea of moving a piano ourselves to save the hundreds of Pounds, I can obviously understand that BUT you may not understand the risks – that’s what I’m here for to discourage that very bad idea you’re having! It may be easy to Move it from one room to Read More

7 Things No One Tells You About Moving To a New Home

Moving is almost inevitable part of life nowadays. Whether you got a new job in a different city or you want to chase your dreams on the other side of the world, at some point you will leave your home. Unless you move a lot and you are a hard-core expert in relocation, you have Read More

Packing your items

Moving house can be stressful at the best of times and packing all the household items can be a total nightmare. Packing is one of the most important things to cross off first on a moving checklist. There are some tips available to relieve the strain of packing. Do it now Don’t leave the packing Read More

Thinking to Hire a van yourself?

Hiring a van for personal use can be a daunting prospect, not least because of the complexities involved – one has to be over 25, possess a driving licence and have around £700 spare on a credit card for a deposit. While renting a van might not seem as expensive as getting a proper team, Read More

Moving Tips

De-clutter : There is no need to pay for moving things that you don’t need. Get rid of em.  Always de-clutter before moving; this is the best time to do it. This practice will save you time, effort, space, and money. Before moving home have a good think and list everything you may not need, Read More




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