Waukesha County Home

July, 2021

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By Eileen Mozinski Schmidt Special to Waukesha County Home C had Swenor says there is "a moment of clarity" almost everyone experiences when they move. This is when the person moving looks around and realizes "I have way more than I thought I did," said Swenor, operations manager for Bluemound Express Moving & Storage Co. in Waukesha. "Start earlier than you think you need to," he said, advising those moving start with five to six boxes a day to keep the process going. The smoothness and efficiency of a move is closely correlated to how well smaller items are organ- ized, according to Swenor. "The big stuff the guys can han- dle all day long. The small stuff eats up your time," he said. C O N T E N T S Start with fencing to keep varmints out Tips for a safer pool Your attic needs to vent A publication of the Waukesha Freeman and Oconomowoc Enterprise • July 2021 Getting a move on Submitted photo Boxes unloaded from a Bluemound Express Moving & Storage Co. truck during a move. Chad Swenor, operations manager, said the company has worked on many moves from Milwaukee to the Lake Country area recently, including Pewaukee, Waukesha, Delafield and Oconomowoc. See MOVING/Page 2 Trends, tips amid 'incredibly busy' moving season

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