• 24 hour emergency service for pianos damaged by fire, smoke, water and flood.

South Shore Piano Mover

The Piano Mover Inc, Is The South Shore Piano Mover  516 381-2328 Call/Text

Offering 24 hour Service From Montauk To Manhattan Daily

  • 24 hour emergency service for pianos damaged by fire, smoke, water and flood.

The Piano Mover is known as an expert piano tuners in the Long Island, New York area.
Our skills go well beyond piano tuning. With Our keen eye for detail, Our piano restoration work is described as excellent. The Piano Mover, Inc. is a piano moving company that is based in Bohemia, NY, and is part of the township of Islip, NY in the county of Suffolk, NY. On The South Shore Of Long Island.

The Piano Mover, Inc. has been moving pianos in the Long Island area for over 25 years.
If you need your piano moved across the room, up or down the stairs or town to town … Call The Piano Mover … Montauk to Manhattan daily!!!!
The Piano Mover is a Full Service Professional Piano Moving Company:
Piano rebuilding
Repairs on pianos
Moving pianos
Tuning your piano
Piano service appraisals
Pianos for sale
Piano refinishing


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The Piano Mover Inc is a full service piano moving company that specializes in New York to New York based moves; however, he does service the northern New Jersey area as well as Connecticut. If you have any questions about a service that you may not see on this website, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are a full service, professional New York piano moving company with the best piano mover serving the Long Island New York area.

The Piano Mover Has a full knowledge of many brand names such as: Charles R. Walter, Yamaha, Kawai, Mason & Hamlin, Bechstein, Acrosonic, Aeolian, Knabe, George Steck, H.F. Miller, Sterling, Cable, Ellington, Howard, Kranick & Bach, Bechstein, Samick, Bluthner, Boston, Cable, Charles Walters, Estonia, Falcone, Faziolo, Grotrian, Bosendorfer, Kohler and Campbell, Kranich & Bach, Petrof, Pleyel, Samick, Schimmel, Yahama, Steinway, Wurlitzer, Hamilton, Baldwin, Chickering, Sohmer, Story & Clark, Young Chang, Blunthner, Bohemia, Pleyel, Etrof, Ellingon, Chippendale.

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The South Shore of Long Island is more than just the coastline open to the Great South Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.  Most Long Islanders consider the South Shore to encompass the entire southern half of Long Island, beginning at the Long Island Expressway.  Again, Long Islanders generally agree that the south shore stretches from the western border of Nassau County to Montauk Point in eastern Suffolk but there are some who feel that even the Rockaway Beaches of Queens County is also part of the South Shore.

It’s difficult to easily summarize the culture of the South Shore.  Each town has its own identity, social identity and political leanings.  Like the Northshore, there are some vestiges of the Gilded Age, including the country homes of the Vanderbilts (now Dowling College) and the Gardiners, and the Bayard-Cutting estate is now called the BayardCutting arboretum  which is open to the public six days a week.

One of the most popular areas on the South Shore is The Hamptons  a world-renowned seaside resort. Several private, town, county and state beaches line the South Shore, and ocean side living plays a major role in the identity of the South Shore.  Man-made channels provide boaters access deep into the mainland, and it is not uncommon for houses along these waterways to lack street parking, yet have boat garages.

Many ferries  connect the South Shore to Fire Island, which like the distinct regions of the mainland, has a culture all its own.  Primarily populated during the peak summer months, Fire Island attracts visitors from all over the world.  Fire Island Seashore  is a 26-mile protected area that is also home to 17 private residential communities.  The Sunken Forest of Fire Island is a globally rare maritime holly forest that is only found between sand dunes from Massachussets to New Jersey and attracts thousands of visitors each year from school children to ecologists and researchers.

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