PIANO MOVING Oakland

715 66th Ave
Oakland, CA 94621
(510) 633-2828

Greg and Jeremy did a great job w/my 6'7" Kimball grand today. I don't plan on moving my piano again any time soon, but wouldn't hesitate to call them again.

Well... here is my mixed feelings about this. I called a week ago to move a piano, upright, nothing super fancy moving within stand city only 4 exits on freeway. Supposedly I was quoted $255 for the piano, and I told them I have a dresser that needs to be moved as well. I was told ok no problem, it will be about $45 but it won't be free. Ok understood so I confirmed with my mom. The day of, they were suppose to arrive early in the morning by 9:30, and didn't show up, didn't give me a call. Called them to follow up, was told they are on another job and need to come around 12 or 1, long story short, communication was bad. We waited til 1:30 for them to show up. I wasn't there for the actual move, but mom told me she paid $350 at the end. I asked why when the agreed price was 255 plus maybe 45 for the dresser, still only $300. I would think if you're late 4.5 hours, maybe you can consider moving the 6 draw dresser for free? Def not to charge more than what you said. Mom told me they told her the dresser had to go to the bedroom so they charge $50 for a flat of stairs, even though the piano was going from 1st floor to 1st floor. Next time, be upfront with ur price and commit to a time. Smh

MyCrea AA just moved my 6' 4" 100 year old Steinway A III. There were tight corners, lots of rickety steps, topological problems to solve, and a doting owner (me) watching it all. Greg, Jeremy and a third guy (sorry forgot his name) were professional, friendly and remarkably strong. They handled my piano with respect and appreciation and took great care to move that 800lb giant without a chance of damage to it or the houses involved. The clarity of their communication with each other while working is a thing to behold. This is my third (or maybe fourth) move with them. I wouldn't trust anyone else with the piano. If you have an instrument you love and you want it treated lovingly, these are the guys to hire. They have my highest recommendation.

Friendly. Helpful. Great service. Fair price. On time. No guff. Wished these guys fixed cars...would be able to use them more often than once every 20 years to move a piano.

we needed to have the piano moved about 3 miles locally, but his schedule was booked so full, but he managed to squeeze us it at the last minute. Things worked out so nicely!

Just getting a quote took 4-5 days, and when I got it, it was 40-50% higher that other top piano movers and I would need to wait quite a bit for the move. Needless to say I didn't get to use their service, so can't comment on that. Bottomline, if you like overpaying to someone that likes to make you wait and wait, go ahead and contact them.

Greg and his team @McCrea's AA Piano Moving did a stellar job moving my our newly acquired antique upright grand from Oakland to Berkeley then transporting our former circa 1915 piano to it's new address in San Francisco. They are prompt, efficient and extremely flexible. Both pianos were handled very thoughtfully, we couldn't be more please with the service. Thank you!

McCrea's moved a used piano that I bought recently from San Francisco to the east bay. Easy to work with, efficient, and very professional. They did a great job and they even knew a little history of that particular piano as well. Highly recommended.

Well, that was painless! Less than 24 hours after I phoned, my piano is safely moved. Service was on time and professional. Would highly recommend.

These guys are pretty awesome. They moved this Yamaha baby grand through some VERY challenging obstacles. Very focused, professional, and kind. A tad pricey but probably worth every penny considering what they did.

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