Collection: Piano Wheels

Looking for replacement piano wheels for your grand or upright piano? We specialize in providing high-quality piano caster solutions designed to safeguard your floors and ensure effortless mobility for your beloved instrument. Whether you need rubber wheel casters or elegant brass options, we offer a diverse selection suitable for both upright and grand pianos. With our durable and reliable piano wheels, you can trust that your piano will glide smoothly across any surface while protecting your floors from damage. Note the rubber piano wheel casters make for the easiest movement and are a great choice for churches, schools, etc.

Piano Wheels Dual Rubber
Piano Wheels Dual Rubber
Regular price
$129.95
Sale price
$85.95
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Piano Casters Rubber Wheels
Rubber Piano Wheels
Regular price
$86.95
Sale price
$86.95
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Darnell Double Wheel Piano Casters - Dual Rubber Wheels
darnell piano wheels dual rubber casters
Regular price
$279.99
Sale price
$197.20
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Darnell Piano Casters Single Wheel
darnell piano caster rubber wheel
Regular price
$127.45
Sale price
$127.45
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Darnell Dual Wheel Upright Piano Casters With Ball Bearings In Wheels
Darnell Dual Wheel Upright Piano Casters With Ball Bearings In Wheels
Regular price
$339.95
Sale price
$339.95
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Brass Grand Piano Wheels 1" Width
brass piano wheels schaff model 2600
Regular price
$379.99
Sale price
$379.99
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Grand Piano Wheel Brass 1.5" Width
brass grand piano caster
Regular price
$368.99
Sale price
$368.99
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Upright Piano Wheels Cast Iron with Sockets 1-3/4"
upright piano wheels cast iron schaff 4588
Regular price
$103.95
Sale price
$103.95
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Upright Piano Wheels Heavy Duty Cast Iron
iron upright piano wheels
Regular price
$109.95
Sale price
$109.95
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Spinet Piano Wheels Brass
front spinet piano wheels made of brass
Regular price
$59.99
Sale price
$59.99
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Brass Grand Piano Wheels 1-3/8"
brass piano wheel model 980
Regular price
$134.99
Sale price
$134.99
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Grand Piano Casters Brass Piano Wheel 1-3/4"
brass grand piano caster
Regular price
$198.99
Sale price
$198.99
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Yamaha Brass Piano Wheels Casters
Yamaha Piano Casters Brass
Regular price
$279.99
Sale price
$279.99
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Steinway Brass Grand Piano Wheels 1-1/2" Diamter
steinway brass grand piano wheels
Regular price
$573.50
Sale price
$573.50
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Steinway Grand Piano Casters Brass 2" Diameter Wheels
steinway grand piano casters brass
Regular price
$588.50
Sale price
$588.50
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Types of Piano Casters—Brass vs. Rubber:

There are two primary options for piano casters—ones made out of brass, or casters with rubber piano wheels. For the rubber wheel casters, they are available in single or dual-wheel options.

Rubber Piano Wheel Casters:

The most popular option are the piano casters with rubber wheels, as they are the best choice for moving the piano easily. The rubber wheels are also easiest on the floor—especially if you have a softer hardwood or tile floor. Dual rubber wheel casters support more weight, distribute the weight over a wider area, and make it easier to move your piano (the rubber wheel casters use ball bearings, making it much easier to pivot the piano compared to the brass casters). The dual rubber wheel style is our most popular seller, and what we recommend for most situations.

Brass Piano Wheels:

Brass piano wheels are the traditional choice found on many pianos. While rubber wheels excel in functionality and movability, brass wheels are known for their elegance, and can really make a piano stand out. If the piano will not be moved frequently, and you are looking to highlight your piano (perhaps making it the showpiece of the room), brass piano casters are the best option. Consider adding brass casters to give your piano a fresh, updated look.

How Much Weight Can Piano Wheels Support:

There are two considerations for weight: first, will the wheels support the weight of the piano, and second, what is the flooring surface?

For the rubber wheel casters, each listing with provide how much weight the wheels can support. The dual rubber wheel options will support more than the single wheel, and within the dual wheel caster choices, there are 4 options, each supporting more weight (with the beginning model supporting a 640 lbs. piano, and the heavy-duty Darnell Dual Upright Piano Wheels supporting up to 920 lbs.). The stronger piano wheels use a harder rubber that can support the weight, and add more ball bearings and thicker metal hardware.

Brass wheels do not have the concern of the rubber compressing too much and making it more difficult to move the piano. The consideration is the type of flooring the piano will be placed on. If you have a softer hardwood floor for example, and all that weight is distributed on smaller brass wheels, it’s possible it could leave a dent in the hardwood after several years. Moving the piano could also leave a dent if it’s a heavy enough piano and a soft enough wood. Certain tiles can also crack under the weight of a piano, making the rubber wheels the better choice.

How To Install Piano Wheels:

The dimensions of the stems and sockets are provided on each listing. These fit inside the hole in the bottom of your piano leg. Unfortunately, there is not a universal stem size, so it is possible you will need to widen the hole in the bottom of the piano leg. There is not a universal list letting us know which casters went with which piano, so knowing the make and model of your piano will not let us know which casters would fit without needing to make adjustments.

How To Protect Your Floor from the Weight of the Piano:

Heavy pianos can scratch and damage your floors—especially if they are hardwood or tile. The rubber wheel casters are the best option for floor protection, as they held absorb the weight of the piano. Brass casters are more likely to leave indents when moving on a soft wood floor.

What Are the Best Piano Wheels for School and Churches:

The most popular selling casters for schools and churches are the dual wheel rubber piano casters. The durable rubber wheels make it easier to move the piano, providing a smooth piano movement, and the rubber wheels are more affordable than brass casters, if budget is a factor.

Piano Casters for Noise Reduction:

Looking to make your piano quieter when playing? Consider the dual rubber wheel casters. These will help reduce some of the noise when playing, compared to the brass wheels, which will have a stronger vibration when in contact with the floor. We would also recommend adding piano caster cups, which can also help reduce your piano’s noise.

What are the Best Piano Casters:

A common question we get is, “which are the best caster wheels for pianos?” That depends on what you are looking to get from the piano casters. The best piano wheels for moving a piano are the dual rubber piano wheels. From those, the dual rubber casters with ball-bearing wheels will support the most weight, and make it easiest to move your piano. If you are looking for aesthetics, the solid brass piano casters are considered the most attractive. They come in a number of sizes and styles, which allow you to compliment your specific piano. If you have a larger piano and want the brass wheels to stand out, we recommend getting larger diameter wheels. Brass casters are also a great way to refresh the look of your piano.