Jameson owns a small software company. The lease on her current office building is up soon, and she’s found a new office building closer to downtown that will better suit her operations. The problem is, she has no idea how she’s going to relocate. She has an open floor plan with fully cabled cubicles that
If a move is on your radar, you might be thinking about whether to use professional packing services or if you’d rather go the DIY route. When you work with Appleton, you get to decide how involved you want us to be in the moving process, which includes whether or not we pack for you.
Tom is an aspiring bodybuilder, and when his gym shut down due to COVID-19, he turned his garage into a fully equipped workout space, including a steel power rack and an Olympic-weight barbell and weight set. Tom is also an avid hunter and has several taxidermied deer and elk heads mounted in his living room.
Sandy doesn’t know what to do. Even though she’s been retired for over a decade, she still lives in the same spacious ranch home that she raised her family in. Now that her husband is gone and her children have families of their own, the house seems too big and lonely for her to maintain,
Do you know if your household goods are protected in the event of damage or loss? How much are you going to end up paying, and when? Do you know what to do if a problem arises with your move? It’s crucial to know what your moving rights and responsibilities are so that you know
Let’s say moving day is a month away. If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a checklist of things to do, including what needs to be packed and when. But there’s another important checklist that people often forget: things not to pack. When you’re getting ready to move, there are some items that you intuitively