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Professional Structural Movers & House Lifters

Moving a 200-year-old house through the narrow streets of New York City isn’t an easy task. Neither is lifting a structure out of floodwater danger, moving a three-story barn, or relocating a 300-ton sycamore tree. Over the past fifty years, we’ve successfully completed these projects—and hundreds like them—for our satisfied clients across the United States and around the world. Wolfe’s decades of experience, dedicated work ethic, and modern structural moving technologies ensure that your project, no matter how large or small, is in good hands.

You’re probably curious about the cost of your project and the steps we take to complete it safely. Feel free to browse our site, explore our completed projects, and contact us with your questions. We would love to speak with you, fill you in on the details, and provide a price quote for you.

You may call 610-488-1020 or Contact Us to let us know more about your project.

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How Much Does It Cost To Move A House?

5 Key Factors That Affect the Cost of a Building Moving Project

“How much will it cost?” is the most common question we are asked. In this cost estimate guide, we explain the 5 major factors that influence cost and the additional work, outside of our services, that you’ll need to consider when planning your project.

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Serving the Continental USA

Northeast, Mideast, Southeast, Midwest, West

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). Our Oregon office covers the West Coast, from Washington to Arizona.

For historic restoration/preservation and large masonry projects, we serve the entire continental United States.

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Featured Project

Sturgis Railroad Depot

Sturgis, Michigan, a friendly town of 11,000 residents in Southwest Michigan had a plan to move and revitalize its aging Railroad Depot. The Depot was in need of repairs in an out-of-the-way area of town. Plans called for relocation to the vibrant downtown area for better visibility, where it could be re-purposed and restored as an interactive children’s museum.

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