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Discussion in 'Health & Lifestyle' started by Seabird, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. Seabird

    Seabird New Member

    Any idea how??? How do the floors in queenslanders and highset houses cope with pianoson upper floors? No, it can't go under the house! Otherwise we will be limited to single storeys....

  2. srp

    srp No longer active member

    I cannot see you having any problem with a Queenslander or any highset house, i presume you are worried about the strengh of the floors? You have no problem they are strong enough to take anything a brick built house would take. after all a brick built house still has wooden floors.
  3. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Hi i agree with Colin, you shouldn't have any issues although if the door isn't wide enough you may need to remove a window to get it

    Cal x
  4. Seabird

    Seabird New Member

    This is of course true, and that is why pianos are normally kept on the ground floor!! That said I have kept one on a wooden floor many many times. Just wonder how the outside steps would cope with getting it up there!!!


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