Saturday, 18 July 2015

Piano moved!

My piano moving went very well.   Two young men arrived around three thirty in the afternoon,complete with piano trolley.   They had the instrument on the trolley in no time and left me for the one mile trip to my son's house, where they got it in equally easily  - no problems at all and all most professionally done.   And all for considerably less money than other firms had quoted.   So if you happen to live in the Wensleydale area and need a removal job doing I cannot recommend Brights of Wensleydale too highly.  Two young men, well mannered and charming and doing the whole thing in a most professional manner.   Well done Brights.

10 comments:

Tom Stephenson said...

So they didn't make a song and dance out of it?

Esther Montgomery said...

That's an achievement. I expect the dog was encouraging.

Mac n' Janet said...

Glad to hear it made it to its new home safely.

Heather said...

Good to know it has arrived safely at it's new home. Hope you won't miss it but you know where to go if the urge to play is too much!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Tom's humour shines through as usual! Thanks for the visit - the room is now rearranged and there is so much more space.

Countryside Tales said...

I'm glad it went well :o)

angryparsnip said...

Happy that it was a nice experience.
This way the fact you gave away a much loved piano
and the move was easy made the choice a good one.

cheers, parsnip

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

So nice to have a piano moved quickly and safely. When we bought our piano a few years ago (it was made in 1898) we had professional movers and they seemed to slip it in so effortlessly - which made me happy that it came in safely.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

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thelma said...

Releasing things actually gives you a feeling of lightness, and I'm glad the two lads moved it so effortlessly.