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Whether you are self-relocating, moving your employees or moving your family, we are the household movers California residents choose to coordinate and execute the most stress-free, simple moves – anywhere in the world.

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From packing materials and instructions to labeling furniture and moving filing cabinets, storage cabinets, etc, Fuller Moving Services covers every aspect of your office move for you.

International Moving

The services we offer, and the experience we have, make Fuller Moving Services the Sacramento international moving company to choose when you need a careful, simple and headache free move overseas.

Senior Moving Services

Our experienced staff has worked in senior services for more than 30 years, from home care, downsize move to interior design. We meet the needs of our clients and their families above and beyond moving.

Storage

Our storage facilities are fully-secured for the utmost protection of your goods. Each facility comes equipped with fire and theft protection systems, camera surveillance and 24-hour security.

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Moving California Since 1957

Since no two moves are the same, we treat your move as the only one. As a North American Van Lines agent, we have the resources to get you where you’re going, and fast.

What Our Customers Are Saying

BarbaraEskaton Senior Communities

Fuller Moving is the best! They meet the needs of each of our seniors each time we call on them. The men are trained to be efficient, professional and they work extremely hard to please our mutual customers.

Steve & KayRoseville, Ca

I wanted to commend your crew! They were very efficient, courteous individuals and they did an outstanding job! Fuller Moving Services is very fortunate to have these guys as employees.

Rood & DaxSacramento, CA

Thank you for your time and hard work, Mike and Josh did a great job! We are very happy!

FranCarmichael, CA

Excellent, Excellent, Excellent, Thank you so much, what a great Staff!

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From Our Moving Blog:

Sacramento

Keeping Sacramento’s Urban Forest in Good Shape

There’s a thought provoking meme doing the rounds online that basically says, “Imagine for a second that trees gave off Wi-Fi signals, we’d be planting trees everywhere and we’d probably go a long way to saving our planet, too. Too bad they only produce the oxygen we breathe and not just sit there looking pretty.” The sad thing about this meme is that it’s true – we place more value on the strength of our Wi-Fi signal than on the health of our ecosystems. But people are starting to wake up to the fact that Mother Nature matters, and a recent initiative by Sacramento’s City Council aims to protect the city’s urban forest.

The goal of the new ordinance is to allow for better management of the Sacramento’s trees, both on public and private property. Until recently, property owners or developers could remove trees of any age without getting prior approval. Now that the trees have been recognized as an integral part of the city’s infrastructure, and that our urban forest is just as important a feature of the city as anything else, it makes sense to preserve them.

All future tree removals in Sacramento will require the property owner to post notice 15 days in advance of a protected tree being removed, or even if they plan on topping a protected tree. The ordinance also states that any tree infected with Dutch Elm disease must be dealt with promptly to prevent spread of this fungal disease, which can quickly reduce the number of health elms in any area to zero. It’s worth bearing in mind that Dutch Elm disease was responsible for the destruction of almost all elm trees in the southern counties of the United Kingdom.

If property owners or developers fail to follow the city’s new ordinance they can face fines of between $250 and $25,000 per day for each incident of a tree being removed without proper approval. This will give developers more transparency on where, when and how they can conduct certain types of construction work, while preserving the city’s natural habitat.

A critically important part of the new ordinance is that it provides funding for the replanting of older trees which have been removed. So although it takes time for new trees to grow, at least they will actively contribute to the reduction of pollution in Sacramento, especially their ability to convert carbon dioxide to breathable oxygen.

The urban forest within Sacramento does far more than just keep our neighborhoods looking good because these trees are literally the lungs of our city, and allowing them to be removed would not only be detrimental to the beauty of our city, but could also have long-term health implications for future generations. As the population of our planet continues to grow, it’s now more important than ever before to retain and nurture the green spaces left within our city limits.

Sacramento zoo

The Sacramento Zoo Is Set To Get A Facelift

The entrance to Sacramento Zoo is one of the most iconic sights in the state, and has been in place since 1961. These distinctively-shaped awnings at the entrance to the zoo are called hyperbolic paraboloids, and give the zoo’s entrance its unique look and feel. The smaller buildings are the entry and exit points of the zoo, while the larger structure was the site of the Discovery Room, which has since been converted into an air conditioned space for younger children to cool down in when visiting the zoo during the warm summer months.

Unfortunately due to issues with dry rot, and the potential for structural problems based on that, the entrance to the Sacramento Zoo now requires a complete overhaul. While every effort is being made to preserve the original look and feel of the entrance, it may be necessary for the buildings to be torn down and replaced for health and safety reasons.

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California state fair in Sacramento

The State Fair in Sacramento Always Delivers Incredible Eats

If the smell of freshly cut grass, backyard BBQ and the blazing, fiery ball in the sky overhead hasn’t been enough to convince you that summer is here, well maybe the California State Fair can. Even the world’s greatest curmudgeon can’t resist a State Fair, and the proof of that is the CSF is now celebrating its 163rd year of bringing fun, food and entertainment to residents of Sacramento. The 2016 fair looks set to attract around 600,000 visitors, part of the annual increase in visitors it’s been enjoying now for the last few decades.

Now, when you think about the fair you’re automatically thinking cotton candy, corn dogs, and all sorts of beverages. Sure, there’s lots of amazing stuff to enjoy at the fair, but from July 8th to July 24th we’re pretty sure you’re going to be thinking with your stomach first, and your head second.

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