What is Structural Moving?
Structural moving is a process that will relocate entire buildings or structures to new locations. Our advanced techniques and meticulous planning guarantee a smooth transition, preserving the structural integrity of your building throughout the moving process. We have the expertise to handle any big move.
What Can You Move?
We can relocate fragile historic homes and buildings of any size. Whether the construction is frame, concrete, block, brick, clay tile, or any combination above, we can move it by land or water.
Bring us your commercial projects as well. It doesn’t matter if it’s planes, trains, boats, transformers, buildings, or just plain heavy stuff; we can handle your relocation needs with specialized equipment.
Residential lifting and moving is our specialty! A single home or a whole subdivision is no problem. We also buy and sell homes that need to move for reasons such as out-of-date models, road right-of-way projects, and rezoned properties. If you find a home or building in this situation, our moving services are right for you!
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Structural Moving FAQs
Structural moving involves relocating entire buildings from one location to another. It is necessary when preserving historical structures, mitigating the risk of environmental hazards, or making room for new developments.
The process is similar to home lifting, which involves lifting the structure using hydraulic jacks. Once the project is off the ground, we place steel beams underneath and transport the structure to the desired location.
Yes, moving buildings and structures often necessitates obtaining permits and approvals from local authorities. These may include building permits, road closure permits, and utility disconnection permits, among others.
The duration of a project can vary depending on the size of the structure, the distance of the move, and the complexity of the relocation.