Congratulations on your big decision to move to Wisconsin!

Since White Gloves Genesis in 1988, We’ve performed over one-thousand long distance moves to Wisconsin. We hope to see you on moving day!

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The White Glove Treatment

We are licensed to perform local moves in New Jersey to relocate customers to any location in the continental United States, including Wisconsin.

White Glove is also happy to offer a flat price on your long distance move. Our prices are based on your inventory rather than charging based on factors like weight or cubic feet. This helps eliminate variable on the move day and gives our consumers complete control over your price and removes all surprises.

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Benefits of Living in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is a wonderful place to live. It’s not just cheese and dairy pastures. Each season is delightfully unique. There are interesting and exciting activities regardless of where you settle down. The state ranks strongly in health care access, education, and employment. Wisconsin is comparatively clean, safe, and prosperous. Of course, there are always exciting things to see and learn when you move somewhere new. This is what you need to know about Wisconsin.


Know Your Wisconsin State history

Wisconsin was founded as the 30th state in 1848 by mostly German, Polish, and Scandinavian immigrants. Wisconsin is named after the Algonquin word for the largest river in the area “Meskousing”. It apparently refers to the reddish sandstone that lines the river leading all the way to Wisconsin Dells. The name changed over time and eventually became official in 1848 when the Wisconsin legislature confirmed its current spelling. The state would later become famous for its breweries, cheeses, the invention of the typewriter, and its many port cities lining the coast of Lake Michigan.


The Housing Market is Strong

There is a strong housing market in Wisconsin. Home prices average around $200k. There is an almost even split between urban and rural residents. Rentals in urban areas will obviously be more expensive, but they will generally be of a higher quality.


Wisconsin has a Vibrant Economy

Wisconsin has a strong economy. Wisconsin ranks 8th in the nation for employment and it ranks 16th in affordability. It generally reports an annual growth rate of a few percent. These factors, in conjunction with each other, make Wisconsin one of the most stable areas to move.

The largest industries in Wisconsin are manufacturing agriculture and healthcare. The top manufactured products are food, beverages, and tobacco. Other than the dairy industry, Wisconsin is also the nation’s leading producer of cranberries, oats, and snap beans. The healthcare industry will continue to grow as the state’s population ages, and it may overtake manufacturing at some point.


Education is Important

Wisconsin has 26 state universities, 16 technical schools, and a significant number of private colleges. Most of Wisconsin’s large cities are considered college towns. Milwaukee, for example, has Marquette University, UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee School of Engineering, and Milwaukee Area Technical College all within a 10-mile radius. Wisconsin ranks 13th in national education and second-best in the midwest.


There is No Lack of Natural Beauty

Wisconsin has some amazing natural features and 43 state parks. There are stunning waterfalls, rivers, lake chains, limestone cliffs, and intricate cave systems. Most notably, Cave of the Mounds was discovered in 1939 by quarry workers. It’s an elaborate cave system filled with gorgeous yet fragile stone structures. It’s known as the jewel box of major American caves. The countryside will vastly change as you travel through the state. Ancient glacial activity has given Wisconsin a truly remarkable landscape.


You'll Enjoy Year-Round Fun

Every season has something unique to offer in Wisconsin. Autumn is both hunting and football season. Wisconsin is swarming with whitetail deer and over 225,000 tags are issued each year.

The winter offers the full line of winter sports including ski resorts, ice fishing lakes, thousands of miles of snowmobile trails, and hockey rinks.

Spring is the beginning of the festival season. There are multiple new events every week from the first thaw until winter hits again. Milwaukee holds Summerfest each year. It’s the world’s largest music festival, and it spans about 10 days. It has various performance stages, vendors, and events. Summer water attractions are very popular in Wisconsin. America’s largest water park, Noah’s Ark, is in Wisconsin Dells. Jacques Cousteau said that Lake Michigan has the best freshwater scuba diving for shipwrecks in the world.


Experience the Amazing Nightlife

Wisconsin has a deep and storied drinking culture. There are more bars in Wisconsin than banks, grocery stores, and Starbucks combined. There are so many bars that you can find any style you’d like. There are dive bars, jazz clubs, sports bars, pubs, dance clubs, comedy clubs, and countless others. In Wisconsin, it would be highly unusual for any social function to not have an active bar.

Bonfires are very popular in Wisconsin. They’re a great place to socialize as long as you remember to dress appropriately for the season and to take precautions for the snow or the mosquitoes. All you need is a bunch of firewood, a bunch of beer, and a bunch of friends to have a great day in the woods of Wisconsin.


Take in a Game

Wisconsin has several notable sports teams. The Milwaukee Bucks recently built a beautiful new stadium. The Milwaukee Brewers Stadium has some of the best tailgating in the country. The Badgers in Madison are always a strong college football team, and the Admirals aren’t too bad at hockey.

Other sports in Wisconsin are fairly popular, but Green Bay Packer Football is on a different level. The Packers are the only NFL team that is owned by the public. 360,760 shareholders own the team rather than a corporation or some random billionaire.


You'll Love the Excellent Public Transportation

The Wisconsin public transportation system is pretty impressive for such a rural state. A few of the major metropolitan areas, like Madison and Milwaukee, will have a county-wide bus system. There are fixed route systems and shared-ride taxi services that span most of the state. Service becomes thinner as you move north.

There is a fairly extensive rail system for Amtrak and Metra trains. There’s a popular train from Racine that will take you down to Chicago. There are also tribal public transportation systems in Oneida and Lac du Flambeau. There are also regular “park-and-ride” lots where you can park your car and then take a shuttle into a metro area or an airport. They’re very convenient for avoiding parking feed downtown. Wisconsin is also one of the states that have no toll roads.

White Glove’s Long Distance Price Lock Guarantee

White Glove is proud to be the only Long-Distance mover in New Jersey & New York to offer, “Long-Distance Price Lock.

This means the price we quote you before your move is always the price you pay after the move. 

No hidden fees, no circumstantial costs, no nickel or diming you for things you didn’t agree to. That’s one of the ways we make your moving day a White Glove experience. Learn more about other commitments we make to our customers.

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