Moving to a new home is a major life event, even if you’ve moved dozens of times before. There’s a whole lot of planning to take care of, including packing everything you own into boxes, and preparing to start your life all over again in a new location. Now, if you’re a pet owner we don’t need to explain how valued a member of your family they are, but have you started to plan for how your pet is going to handle your move? Read More
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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!
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From Our Moving Blog:
The whole world was focused on the 2016 Rio Olympics, but elsewhere in the world records were being set by non-Olympic athletes, too. Did you know that August 10th was National S’mores Day? Or that the celebration went beyond just you enjoying S’mores without any of the guilt normally associated with these tasty treats?
In fact, a Guinness World Record attempt was made by the Girl Scouts Heart of Central California. The world record they wanted to smash: The largest number of people in one place making S’mores at the same time.
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.