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Can you put a piano on vinyl plank flooring?

Can you put a piano on vinyl plank flooring?

Yes you can. Just make sure that the piano is not over 500 pounds than you should be fine.

Also make sure to use high quality caster cups to prevent the piano from denting, damaging or scratching your expensive vinyl flooring.

My whole house have vinyl floors and my wife have a huge piano on our dining room.

The piano has been on the dining room for over 8 months now and it hasn’t scratched or dented the floor because I use the Eison Piano Caster Cups .

Do these caster cups come in different colors?

Yes, they come in three different colors that you can choose from to match your piano.

You can choose from Black, Dark Brown and Light brown.

But they are very stylish and also look very good on both light and dark vinyl floors.

What great about these caster cups is that, they match any piano, they are well made, they look great and they high quality but cheap at the same time.

What are the things that I love about these caster cups?

  • They can handle a heavy piano
  • They prevent the piano from leaving marks on the floor
  • They keep the piano from moving
  • They help prevent the piano from denting the floor
  • They are high quality
  • The rubber backing don’t leave residue
  • The backing on the bottom also doesn’t cause film or build up
  • The backing is good for both light and dark vinyl floor since it doesn’t discolor the floor over time
  • They are very strong
  • These caster cups are not plastic which means they don’t break easily
  • They are wood made,  they are solid natural Beachwood
  • They look good and can match any piano
  • They also have a stylish look
  • They don’t tear or wear easily
  • They will make your vinyl floor last longer
  • These are also very easy to use

CLICK HERE TO READ AMAZON CUSTOMER REVIEWS so you can hear what other people are saying about these caster cups.

My wife is the one that told me about these caster cups, after talking to my wife, I immediately went to amazon to first read the customer reviews.

I didn’t buy these caster cups just because my wife told me too, I bought these because a lot of people who have vinyl floors were also highly recommending them.

Spending my money on these cups was worth it, I’m very happy with my purchase.

What makes these caster cups different from other caster cups?

Well, these are very strong, they can handle big large heavy pianos.

These were not made with cheap wood or cheap plastic, these are beech wood made, they last for a very long time since they do not break easily.

There are quite a lot of different caster cups that you can choose from these days but I’m only recommending the Eison ones just because they haven’t given me any issues so far.

Fixing vinyl floor scratches can cost quite a lot of money and also can take quite a bit of your time, that is why you need to protect your floors as soon as possible to prevent paying for repairs in the near future.

Do these caster cups come in different sizes to choose from?


Dimension: 4” outer diameter, 1.9” - inside diameter.

The most important thing that you should know is that these caster cups work on Upright Piano only.

What are the things that I don't like about these caster cups?

These have a rubber backing on the bottom, if you have a super heavy piano that weigh more than 500 pounds, than please do not move the piano because the rubber on the bottom will peel off because of the weight.

If your piano is extremely heavy, don’t try moving the piano because the caster will leave black marks on your vinyl floors.

Other than that, I honestly do not have a single regret from using these simple because they prevent my wife’s piano from damaging and denting my expensive floor.

How long does these last?

I’m not sure, the only thing I can assure you is that, these will last you for a very long time. But I don’t know the exact time period lol.

What I mostly love about these caste cups is the quality, they are extremely strong.

How much does these cost?


Will these caster cups reduce noise?

Hell yes…

These caster cups have some kind of an anti-noise foam that absorbs vibration and also reduce noise without scratching your expensive vinyl flooring.

I have recommended these caster cups to two of my friends, the other have hardwood floor and the other have laminate floor, they both told me that buying these was a good investment.

If these works for me and both of my friends than they should work for you too.

The only thing I can promise you about these caster cups is that you are not going to have a single regret from using them on your floors.

Will you be able to move the piano when using these caster cups?

No not really, they do not move easily because of the rubber backing.

Trying to move the piano while it on the casters is a pain especially if the piano is extremely heavy.

Will these work on a grand piano?

No, these work only on an upright piano.

The upright piano harp is vertical while the Grand piano is horizontal.

The description state that these were specially made only for Upright pianos.

Will these add too much height on the piano?

No, not really. Hardly noticeable… so you really don’t have anything to worry about.

They are about ½ inch.

What are the pros and cons of buying these caster cups?


  • Protect the piano from scratching or denting the floor
  • Easy to use
  • Doesn’t cost a lot of money
  • They match any piano
  • They come in 3 different colors to choose from
  • They are extremely strong
  • Super high quality beech wood
  • They have an anti-noise foam to reduce noise
  • They have a rubber backing to keep the piano from leaving marks on the floor


  • They only work on an upright piano

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James McGowan

Hey Guys! My name is James and at the moment I’m either designing a room, thrift shopping or DIYing something and then sharing them with you guys here on my blog. I post new blog post every Sunday so if you love DIYs as much as I do stay tunned.

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