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Prepare Your Home Properly for the ...
Make sure your belongings are packed (unless the movers are being paid to so), walkways are clear, pets and children are out of the way, and your house is prepared for the movers’ arrival on moving day.
Help Your Movers on Moving Day
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Robert Professional Movers
They did a good job moving, everything was prompt, I can't complain about them one bit. It was in the ballpark of what everyone else was charging, but it was reasonable and they didn't change the pricing. They handled everything with care pretty good, they wrapped up delicate pieces of furniture so it wouldn't get damaged, of course a couple of pieces of furniture did get damaged just a little bit, and they gave us a little bit of a discount for that which was reasonable so there was no problem at all. We were happy with them.
Review by : Daniel
Posted on : 5/17/2017
Compliment
 4.2/5
Outstanding Service
US Movers and Relocation
This company had great service from pick-up to delivery. I also like their short delivery window
Review by : John
Posted on : 5/11/2017
Compliment
 5.0/5
Once Again
Smooth Relocation Vanlines
I arrived home pretty late and I didn't have much time to organize my stuff the same night. The guys did not even allow me to touch anything. They told me they were paid to do it and therefore I should relax. Each of them was diligent, including their leader. They were also very nice and committed to their work. I bet you, this is the best moving company you can ever find in the Mid-West. Their organizational skills were exceptional. The movers came quite early to the time we scheduled and apologized for coming too early. I was happy with their respectable, courteous and friendly working pattern. Our stuff was moved fast and efficiently. I must say thank you for the help you guys rendered. You are truly great guys.
Review by : Rodney
Posted on : 4/11/2017
Compliment
 5.0/5

 
 

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Altoona, WI
Antigo
Appleton, WI
Ashwaubenon
Baraboo
Bay View, WI
Bayside, WI
Beaver Dam, WI
Beloit, WI
Brookfield, WI
Brown Deer
Burkhardt
Burlington, WI
Cedar Falls, WI
Cedarburg
Chenequa
Chippewa Falls
Cottage Grove, WI
Cross Plains, WI
Cudahy, WI
De Pere
Delafield, WI
Delavan, WI
Dodgeville, WI
Eagle River, WI
East Troy
Eau Claire, WI
Edgerton, WI
Elkhorn, WI
Elm Grove, WI
Fitchburg, WI
Fond Du Lac
Fort Atkinson
Fort Mccoy
Franklin, WI
Franksville
Genoa City
Germantown, WI
Glendale, WI
Grafton, WI
Grand Chute
Green Bay, WI
Greendale, WI
Greenfield, WI
Hales Corners
Hartford, WI
Hartland, WI
Hayward, WI
Hobart, WI
Holmen
Howards Grove
Hudson, WI
Jackson, WI
Janesville, WI
Jefferson, WI
Kaukauna
Kellner
Kelly, WI
Kenosha
Kiel
La Crosse, WI
Lake Geneva, WI
Lake Mills
Lancaster, WI
Linwood, WI
Lisbon, WI
Little Chute
Lomira
Madison, WI
Manitowoc
Maple Bluff
Marinette
Marshfield, WI
Mauston
Mayville, WI
Mc Farland, WI
Menasha
Menomonee Falls
Menomonie
Mequon
Merrill, WI
Middleton, WI
Milton, WI
Milwaukee, WI
Minocqua
Monona
Monona Grove
Monroe, WI
Mosinee
Mount Horeb
Mukwonago
Muskego
Neenah
New Berlin, WI
New London, WI
New Richmond, WI
North Fond Du Lac
Oak Creek, WI
Oconomowoc
Onalaska, WI
Osceola, WI
Oshkosh
Pewaukee
Platteville, WI
Pleasant Prairie
Plover
Plymouth, WI
Port Washington, WI
Portage, WI
Racine, WI
Reedsburg
Rhinelander
Rice Lake
Richland Center
Ripon, WI
River Falls, WI
Saint Francis
Salem, WI
Schofield
Shawano
Sheboygan
Sheboygan Falls
Shorewood, WI
Slinger
Somerset, WI
South Beaver Dam
South Milwaukee
Sparta, WI
Stevens Point
Stoughton, WI
Sturgeon Bay
Sun Prairie
Superior, WI
Sussex, WI
Thiensville
Tomah
Trevor
Twin Lakes, WI
Two Rivers
Verona, WI
Waterford, WI
Watertown, WI
Waukesha
Waunakee
Waupaca
Waupun
Wausau, WI
Wauwatosa
West Allis
West Bend, WI
West Milwaukee
Weston, WI
Whitefish Bay
Whitewater, WI
Williams Bay
Wind Lake
Wisconsin Dells
Wisconsin Rapids

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Moving to Wisconsin?


Sandwiched between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River is the state of Wisconsin in the north-central region of the United States. The state was named after the Wisconsin River by Native American Indians and it has many meanings such as “red stone place”, ”gathering of the waters”, or “great rock”. It has been nicknamed the Badger State.

The state boasts of hosting the largest cross-country ski race – the American Birkebeiner - at Hayward and Cable. The state contains numerous lakes of varied sizes which have become a mecca for outdoor sports.

Wisconsin is a forerunner in progressive welfare reforms. The “Wisconsin Idea” introduced by Governor Robert M. LaFollette, is the method of soliciting advice from various social scientists before framing a new legislation or establishing state agencies.

If you’re moving to Wisconsin, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.

Things to Know When Moving to Wisconsin

Wisconsin Climate

  • Wisconsin exhibits a humid continental climate that is characterized by warm summers and cold, snowy winters which favor a variety of winter sports. The annual precipitation ranges from 30 to 34 inches that coincides with the highest elevation and windward slopes of the Western Uplands and Northern Highlands. Thunderstorms are prevalent in northern Wisconsin and occur mostly during summers. Occasional hail, wind and lightning damage are also reported. Streams and lakes in the state are ice covered during the winter months that is from late November to late March. The state witnesses frequent flooding during the month of April due to melting of snow and spring rains. Over 46% of the state is covered in hardwood and coniferous forests. (Helpful Link: Wisconsin Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: Once you become a Wisconsin resident, you should get your vehicle registered by submitting the title and registration card from your previous state. You can submit your application along with the title and registration card along with appropriate fees by mail, or at any DMV service center or at DMV agent locations. Temporary license plate agents issue a temporary license plate which can be used for 90 days. It usually takes six weeks for your vehicle title and metal plates to arrive by mail from the DMV. (Helpful Link: Wisconsin DMV)

  • Obtaining a Wisconsin Driver’s License: A driver’s license should be obtained within 60 days of becoming a resident of the state of Wisconsin. Citizens from countries who are party to the United Nations Convention on Road Traffic (Geneva, 1949) and are visiting United States as tourists, can drive legally using their domestic driver's license for a period of one year.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Wisconsin is $228,288, while the median sales price is just over $198,000. The Wisconsin Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Wisconsin.

  • Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

Schools

  • Wisconsin, along with Minnesota and Michigan, were forerunners in the emergent American State University movement after the Civil War in the U.S. Education in the state of Wisconsin propagated with the Wisconsin Idea, which stressed service to the people of the state. This idea illustrated the progressive movement that had taken over colleges and universities at that time. The Wisconsin Association of School Board helps and supports local school boards in controlling and administering the state's public schools. It helps school boards by offering innovative ideas, essential services, resources, and quality information. The system of higher education is comprised of 26-campus University of Wisconsin System and the 16-campus Wisconsin Technical College System. Notable among the universities include Lawrence University, Carroll University, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and Marquette University. (Helpful Link: Wisconsin Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Wisconsin was ranked 14th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 15 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.

Economy of Wisconsin

Industries

The economy of Texas is heavily dependent on agriculture, manufacturing, mining and the service industry.
  • Agriculture Agriculture, manufacturing, consumer goods, and tourism are some of the major industries that drive the economy of Wisconsin. Wisconsin's agricultural products include dairy products, cattle for beef, sheep, turkeys, honey, aquaculture, hay, oats, apples, strawberries, green peas, and other vegetables. It leads in the production of cranberries and snap beans. The manufacturing sector in the state is highly diversified with commercial food processing, transportation and capital equipment being the main focus. The Department of Tourism has declared that the state has the third largest tourism industry. The state, with its numerous state parks and festivals like Summer Fest and the EAA Oshkosh Airshow, annually attracts tourists in hundreds of thousands. Wisconsin is making forays into the film industry as well with the announcement of a tax incentive from 2008. The first major production was Michael Mann's Public Enemies.

Employment Statistics

  • The unemployment rate as of March 2012 in Wisconsin was 6.9 percent after seasonally adjusting it, lower than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Helpful Link: Wisconsin Department of Labor)

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Wisconsin is $51,598, while the average per capita income for the state is $26,634.

Important Locations in Texas

  • State Capital: Madison

  • Largest Cities:
    1. Milwaukee
    2. Green Bay
    3. Kenosha
    4. Racine
    5. Madison

  • Major landmarks and attractions: Cave of the Mounds; Albany Historical Museum; Von Steihl Winery; Wildman Whitewater Ranch; Devil's Head Resort and Convention Center; Fairfield Hills Golf Course; and, Ho-Chunk Casino and Bingo; Miller Brewery; Miller Park; Camp Randall (Helpful Link: Top Tourist Attractions in Wisconsin)

  • National Parks:
    1. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
    2. Ice Age National Scenic Trail
    3. St. Croix National Scenic Riverway

  • State park System: The State Park System is comprised of 66 parks and other recreational areas that are managed by the Division of Parks and Recreation of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. You can revel in the lap of nature by going on camping, hiking, birding, trekking, and cross-country skiing. You can also indulge yourself in other activities such as fishing, swimming, snowmobiling, horse riding, and biking. Wisconsin Dells, with its indoor and outdoor water parks, is known as the Water Park Capital of the World. (Helpful Link: Wisconsin State Park System)

  • Major Airports:
    1. Austin-Straubel International Airport
    2. General Mitchell International Airport
    3. Central Wisconsin Airport
    4. Chippewa Valley Regional Airport

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