On arrival in Boronia, the men reversed the truck into the driveway, so the hydraulic tailgate faced the home and would provide for a safe and easy path of access to load the piano.
Both men then proceeded to meet Jill at the front door and view with her all the entrances to the home to see which one would allow the men to move the piano in the safest way. The men chose a double door entrance and utilised their ramp to overcome the stairs to create a smooth and clear path.
The piano was loaded onto the foot-operated tailgate and both men held the piano while the tailgate was raised. The piano was then double blanketed with thick, professional movers blankets to prevent any scratched or dents during transportation. The piano was then securely tied in with soft ties to prevent any accidental damage to the piano.
Before leaving Boronia, the men then called Jill’s daughter with an estimated time of arrival in Rowville. In Rowville, the men once again reversed the tuck into the driveway to provide clear access to the home from the loading point. Just as they did in Boronia, then men met Jill’s daughter at the front door and together viewed all the available access points to get the Piano into the home. The rear access was chosen as it had a wider entrance and was closer to where Jill’s daughter wanted the piano to go, thus reducing the chance of damage.
The men removed the ties and blankets and moved the piano into the home. They then placed coasters underneath the four wheels to prevent damage to floorboards and lifted the piano into place.