Moving to Wisconsin
If you have been thinking about moving to Wisconsin as of late, there are a few steps you should be taking to make your long-distance move a success. Firstly, you should be doing all of the necessary research to find the best team of interstate movers. Secondly, you should learn as much as you can about Wisconsin so that you can make the right final decision for you and your family.
Today, Poseidon Moving and Storage will be telling you why we’re the best choice of interstate movers. We’ll also be telling you more about what life is like in Wisconsin so that you can easily make your final decision about moving there. With this information, moving to Wisconsin will be easier than you could have possibly imagined. Let’s get started!
Long Distance Movers Wisconsin
When searching for the best long distance movers for your move to Wisconsin, it’s important that you take the time to do thorough research on each company you are considering. This involves reading customer reviews, learning as much as you can about the background of the moving company, and comparing moving rates. With this information, you’ll have a much better time narrowing down your options, finding the best team of interstate movers.
Luckily, you’ve already found the best interstate movers in the country: Poseidon Moving and Storage. When moving to Wisconsin, you’ll need a team of long-distance movers that are equipped to take on the task. At Poseidon Moving and Storage, we have over 20 years of experience helping people just like you move to Wisconsin. In our time as the best long-distance movers in the country, we’ve always prioritized customer satisfaction above all else. We’ll bring this same passion to your move to Wisconsin!
Aside from being the best interstate movers in the nation, we’re also among the most affordable. Rather than charging you premium prices for premium service, we believe that top-notch quality should come at reasonable prices. That’s why our long distance moving services are based on flat rates and transparent pricing. Interested in seeing just how much you can save when booking with Poseidon Moving and Storage? Use our two-step quote calculator to receive a free quote today!
Want to learn more about our comprehensive long-distance moving services? Here’s what you can expect from Poseidon Moving and Storage:
- Packing/Unpacking Services
- Furniture Protection
- Disassembly/Assembly of Furniture
- Packing Materials
- Tracking of Your Shipment
- Express Deliveries
Things You Should Know About Wisconsin
Now that you know what makes Poseidon Moving and Storage the best team of interstate movers in the country, it’s time to learn more about your new home in Wisconsin. After all, we believe that learning as much as you can about an area before moving there is essential.
Wisconsin, also known as the Badger State, has a population of 5.86 million people as of 2020’s estimates. While there are many reasons to consider moving to Wisconsin, one of the biggest is found in the fact that there’s always something to do there. For one, Milwaukee is known as the City of Festivals, and for good reason. One of the most popular events in Wisconsin is Milwaukee’s Summerfest, a 10-day music festival that is among the largest in the world. This event takes place at a 75 acre festival grounds on the shore of Lake Michigan, equipped with 11 stages and more than 1,000 total performers. Other notable events to take place in Wisconsin include La Crosse’s Oktoberfest, the Eaux Claires music festival, and Bayfield’s Apple Fest.
Another reason that you should consider moving to Wisconsin is found in the fact that housing costs in the state are well below the national average. Overall, housing costs in Wisconsin are extremely affordable and nearly 15 percent below the national average. Rent is also fairly cheap in the state of Wisconsin. In fact, Bestplaces.net puts Wisconsin’s rent at between $200 and $500 less than comparable homes and apartments in other cities. Housing costs also drop significantly in the northern and central parts of the state. Housing in Appleton and Green Bay are more than 20 percent lower than the national average. That means you get to keep more of your hard-earned money for entertainment in Wisconsin!
Wisconsin is also a great place for outdoor lovers to live. With a total of 47 state parks, 76 state wildlife areas, 13 state forests, and 15,000 lakes, the Badger State is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. One of the most popular locations for outdoor lovers in the state of Wisconsin is the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, a thousand-mile footpath in Wisconsin that highlights some of the unique landscape formed by glacial ice flow more than 12,000 years ago. The country’s oldest rails-to-trail path, the Elroy-Sparta Trail, is also located in Wisconsin. No matter what outdoor activities you enjoy, you’ll find plenty to do in the state of Wisconsin.
Popular Towns to Visit in Wisconsin
Now that you know a bit more about the state of Wisconsin overall, it’s time to narrow our focus to some of the most popular towns to visit and live in the state of Wisconsin: Milwaukee and Madison. Let’s start with Milwaukee.
Milwaukee has a population of 943,427 as of 2020’s estimates. While there are many reasons to move to Milwaukee, one of the biggest is found in the work-life balance. In Milwaukee, you’ll find urban living and a certain Midwest ambiance combine to provide an ideal work-life balance for modern living. With short commute times, diverse and affordable neighborhoods, and big city amenities, Milwaukee offers so much to residents and newcomers alike.
Milwaukee is also known for its easy transport. Getting around town has never been easier than in Milwaukee where you can take a trip on the new Milwaukee streetcar, called “The Hop”. Simply hop on and go from the Milwaukee intermodal station to downtown, the Historic Third Ward, (home of the Milwaukee Public Market) or the lower east side with The Hop. You can also easily get around with a free ride courtesy of Potawatomi Casino! Bublr Bikes. Just look for the light blue bikes at one of 30+ locations throughout the city and ride to whatever station you want. Another form of transportation that makes navigating the city of Milwaukee easy is the Milwaukee County Transit System. You can purchase an M-card good for a daily, weekly or even monthly pass online or at one of 90+ locations around the city.
Milwaukee also offers residents and tourists a fun and exciting nightlife. Milwaukee’s downtown nightclub scene is sophisticated to say the least with many rooftop bars allowing you to see various parts of the city. Make your way to Brady Street and you’ll find a more relaxed and hipster vibe. Water Street, on the other hand, is filled with fun bars including one equipped with a mechanical bull ride. Milwaukee has also recently added a number of bars that are fun and interactive, including arcade bars. No matter how you’d like to spend your evening in Milwaukee, the city has something for you.
Some of the most popular neighborhoods in Milwaukee include Juneau Town, Menomonee River Valley, Historic Third Ward, Brewer’s Hill, and Riverwest.
Next let’s talk about Madison, the state’s capital. Madison has a population of 264,030 as of 2020’s estimates. While there are many reasons to consider moving to Madison, one of the biggest is found in the job market. Fueled by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as the state government, Madison and the surrounding county has the lowest unemployment rates in the entire state of Wisconsin. Madison is also home to several big corporations including American Family Insurance and UW Health, as well as American Girl Brands and Epic Systems Corp.
Another reason to consider moving to the state’s capital is found in the fact that it is an outdoor lover’s dream city. Simply put, Madison is an active city with more bikes than cars, with more than 75 miles of bike paths. The UW-Madison Arboretum, 1,200 acres, has more than 20 miles of footpaths, fire lanes, and boardwalks that run through its restored gardens and prairies. The Lakeshore Nature Preserve also offers outdoor lovers something special with a variety of walking and biking tours, including some which run along the shore of Lake Mendota. No matter the season in Madison, there’s always something for outdoor enthusiasts to do.
Finally, another reason to consider moving to Madison is the fact that the city consistently ranks as one of the “greenest” cities in America. With high marks in parks per-capita and the percentage of people who walk, bike, carpool, or take public transport to and from work, Madison has earned great scores in terms of sustainability. More than 15,000 acres of lakes and 200 miles of hiking and biking trails add to the capital’s environmentally conscious approach.
Some of the most popular neighborhoods in Madison include Downtown, Regent, Schenk- Atwood, State-Langdon, and Tenney-Lapham.
Long Distance Moving Tips
Now that you know everything there is to know about moving to Wisconsin, it’s time for a long distance moving tip from our movers here at Poseidon Moving and Storage. One of the best tips we could possibly offer when moving to Wisconsin would be to pack for the long haul. After all, you may be moving hundreds or even thousands of miles away! Such a large task requires careful packing. Make sure you ensure that your items are packed securely and well-cushioned. Make sure that each of your moving boxes are sealed tightly as your boxes may end up being turned on their sides or even upside down. Luckily, when you book with Poseidon Moving and Storage, you can rest assured that your items will be packed properly. Contact us today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do movers in Wisconsin cost?
Hiring movers in Wisconsin can cost on average $300-$700.
How much does packing in Wisconsin cost?
Hiring packing service in Wisconsin can cost on average $200-$500 plus packing materials cost.
What is the minimum charge for moving in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin movers have a minimum 2 – 3 hour charge.
How many movers do I need for my move in Wisconsin?
Wisconsin movers decide the number of movers your move will require by calculating the cubic feet of your move.
What size truck do I need for moving in Wisconsin?
On average most people in Wisconsin use 12’-16’ box trucks.
Can I get a virtual estimate for my move In Wisconsin?
Many Wisconsin movers offer virtual estimates through zoom or Google meet.
Can my estimate be guaranteed by Wisconsin movers?
Most Wisconsin movers give a rough estimate which is not guaranteed unless it’s a flat rate.
Is renting a truck cheaper than hiring Wisconsin movers?
Renting a truck in Iowa can be cheaper than hiring Wisconsin movers. If you have time, family/friends that are willing to help and experience.