Your Residential Moving Specialists
Moving to a new home is an exciting time, but it can also tend to be stressful but with the help of a residential moving company, it’ll be easier. By taking your time with the packing, and by having the help of a reliable moving team, you will be unpacking in your new home in no time.
Hills Moving Inc. has been helping families move for over ten years. We offer a reliable residential moving service before, during, and after the move – whatever you require, we can accommodate!
What We Provide with our residential moving services
Hills Moving provides a fully qualified professional moving crew to assist you to move, no matter what your needs are. You can even make the move easier for yourself by having a look at the tips you can add to your moving checklist.
We have (16 to 26 foot) fully equipped straight moving trucks with furniture blankets, dollies, supplies, and special tools necessary to safely and swiftly complete your move.
Piano movers – for the love of music.
Piano moving is a service that should not be simply left to any mover or the strongest members of your family. Make sure the task of moving your prized possession is the responsibility of a professional piano mover. We move pianos in the following cities. Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, Mississauga, Brampton, Bradford, Toronto and all of the GTA.
- 50 boxes
- Unlimited mattress bags for beds
- 10 lbs of wrapping paper
- Unlimited wardrobe boxes
- 3 rolls of tape
These packaging supplies are available with every move. The supplies will be shipped to your home. A piano is not just an instrument – it is a masterpiece of craftsmanship with a thousand finely calibrated parts. It is most likely the heaviest, and yet the most delicate piece of furniture you own.
Every piano is a unique instrument, and therefore, the process that we use in moving it is unique. For example, certain types of pianos such as an upright piano need not be disassembled. You can also get quite a few resources from the web on how to make piano moving easier in order to protect your piano. Others, like grand pianos, need extra care in terms of removing the legs and wrapping them properly in blankets.