Moving a historic building through the narrow streets of New York City certainly isn’t an easy task. Each job we undertake is unique in its own way and requires our complete attention to every detail, whether it’s a three-story barn, a 300-ton sycamore tree, or a triple-brick mansion built in 1858. Our years of experience and use of modern building moving technologies have served our customers very well. We welcome the opportunity to complete any structural moving project, no matter how large or small.
Our house moving and house raising service area covers the East Coast (Maine to Georgia, including New Jersey) and stretches across the United States to the Midwest (from Maryland to Missouri). When it comes to large historic projects, we serve the entire continental United States.
As house movers, we are known for our use of the most modern, up-to-date house moving equipment, employing the latest in house raising and moving technology, including the Unified Hydraulic Jacking System and Buckingham radio-remote controlled house-moving dollies.
With our experience and track record, you can be sure that your house, building, barn, historic structure or machinery will be moved damage-free to your new site. We are continually upgrading our skills and equipment to lead the way in technology changes to meet the elevation and relocation needs of our customers across the country, from Boston to Atlanta to Chicago and on out to Kansas City.
Structural moving and lifting is a specialized skill. Not many companies do it. But how can you separate the good from the not-so-good? We put together a few tips to help you evaluate structural movers.