Moving to and from Wisconsin with Long Distance Moving Experts

Are you considering relocating to Wisconsin? You must, do have so many questions about Wisconsin real estate, the Wisconsin job market, what the lifestyle is like, how Wisconsin schools ranked, and could you deal with Wisconsin weather? So, in the further article we'll tell you what makes Wisconsin such a popular and loved state but first of all, we need to introduce Long Distance Moving Experts, the best moving company. You will need us for safe, inexpensive, and high-quality moving services. If you just estimate how much time will it take you to pack things, load it and drive it all to a new destination, you will realize that we are the best choice for relocation. What can you expect from us? First of all, our professional moving estimators will survey your needs and discuss moving dates, distance, load volume and services. We understand that stable and affordable moving price is the priority for everyone. The second step in relocation process will be making your own moving plan because moving is stressful and we're here to help. The quality moving planner will be one of the most important steps in creating a successful moving day. This personal moving plan will include the following services:
- Residential relocation services
- Corporate relocation services
- Free storage units for up to thirty days
- Auto transport services

Our professional packing services will save you time and frustration. We have experience in handling all kinds of items, including those more fragile ones, such as glassware, artwork, musical instruments, computers, and much more. And that's not all, our packing professionals will start unpacking the moment your belongings arrive at your new home.


Wisconsin is a U.S. state located in the north-central United States, in the Midwest and Great Lakes regions. In 1836. the Wisconsin territory was created by the U.S. Congress. The first capital was Belmont, but it was soon moved to the current capital of Madison. Wisconsin joined the Unions as the 30th state on May 29, 1848. The state comprises 72 counties, and its largest city is Milwaukee, which is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan. Although its origin is unknown, the name Wisconsin is derived from an Indian word means long river, grassy place or gathering of the waters. Wisconsin’s state nickname is the Badger state. This nickname originally referred to the lead miners, who worked in the Galena lead mines in Illinois close to the borders of Wisconsin and Iowa. The Wisconsin miners lived, not in houses, but in temporary caves cut into the hillsides. These caves were described as badger dens and, the miners who lived in them, as badgers.

Where to live in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is awesome, and it’s a wonderful place to live. We think you would be happy pretty much anywhere in this great state, but definitely cannot go wrong with next cities:
- Brown Deer  located in Milwaukee County, is among the safest places in Wisconsin with just 25 crimes per 100,000 residents annually. Also, here you will find affordable homes.
- Sun Prairie  is a great place to live in. Schools are great. And the community is awesome.
- Mequon  is a quiet community within minutes of Milwaukee. The public schools are excellent. Grat park district. And the good weather, as far as "good weather" in Wisconsin goes.
- Whitefish Bay , raising children here would be amazing due to the fact that the schools are the best in the area, and there are a few streets with some great shops and restaurants very close by.
- Ripon  has a quaint downtown area that will draw you in. Low home prices in a safe area will make your stay.

Climate in Wisconsin

The Wisconsin climate is typically continental with some modification by Lakes Michigan and Superior. The winters are cold and snowy, and summers are warm. There are 7446 streams and rivers in the state. Most of them are ice-covered from late November to late March. Flooding is most frequent in April, due to the melting of snow and spring rains.


The economy of Wisconsin is driven by agriculture, manufacturing, and healthcare. Wisconsin's dairy farms lead the United States in the production of milk, cheese, and butter, providing 40% of the nation's cheese and 20% of its butter. Other livestock products produced in Wisconsin include honey, aquaculture, sheep and lambs, and turkeys. Community, business, and personal services rank as Wisconsin's number one service industry group.
Top employers in the state are:
- University of Wisconsin-Madison  
- Menard Inc  
- Epic Systems Corporation  
- ThedaCare Inc  
- Kohl's Corporation  

Wisconsin Tourist Attractions

-Apostle Island . The 21 islands and 12 miles of mainland host a unique blend of cultural and natural resources. Lighthouses shine over Lake Superior and the new wilderness areas. Visitors can hike, paddle, sail, or cruise to experience these Jewels of Lake Superior.
-Door County . Here you can explore art galleries, see thousands of acres of orchards, stroll through five state parks or have a tour of eleven lighthouses.
-Cave of the Mounds  is a natural limestone located near Blue Mounds. The cave's beauty comes from its many varieties of mineral formations called speleothems.
-Pattison State Park  features the highest waterfalls in Wisconsin, and fourth highest waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains.
-Devil’s Lake  is the third oldest state park in Wisconsin, the largest and the most visited. Devil's Lake is a beautiful year-round park with an intriguing natural history along the 1,000-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
-Noah’s Ark  is the largest water themed park in the U.S. is located in Wisconsin Dells.

The only thing left to do is to call Long Distance Moving Experts and start packing immediately. Our staff will help you with as little stress as possible. Whether you need help with packing or car shipping, our professional employees will meet all your needs and requirements.


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