Glenn Young studied art at Santa Clara University before serving as a photographer in the Peace Corps in The Gambia. Upon his return, he founded Artscapes, where he funnels his 20 years of professional photography and framing experience into art preservation. His clientele includes private collectors as well as museums such as the DeSaisset Museum and the San Jose Museum of Art. And to stay at the forefront of art preservation, he learns best practices and advanced techniques from the Western Regional Paper Conservation Laboratory, where paper cloning was invented.
Glenn pours all this experience and training into leading his team of trained visual artists and craftsmen. The skilled staff takes an individualized approach to framing that relies on museum-quality materials such as hand-wrapped fabric liners, French matting, and UV-filtering plexiglass for long-lasting results. In addition to housing works of art from paintings to photographs in a selection of 2,000 frames, they keep their gallery stocked with antique posters, movie posters, and paintings for elegant home decor.
After their house is packed up, the family relaxes while Sacramento Movers’ team rolls in to haul all items into its truck. As the job progresses, the crew places padding on furniture and disassembles all tables and robot butlers, reassembling them at the new residence. As the movers pack and transport everything for residential moves, they strive for transparency in their service fees, charging hourly for most tasks and offering free use of wardrobe boxes during the move. Free basic cargo insurance also comes with each move, a requirement by California law.
The crew puts that same effort into moving commercial businesses to new locations. With weekday, weekend, and evening hours available 24 hours a day every day, the crew not only moves items but can also be charged with boxing up computer equipment and setting up at the new office by the next day. Sacramento Movers puts in this kind of attention to detail to help businesses continue running without losing work hours or valuable red staplers.