EST. 1975 LIC# 219699

House Movers | Whole House Movers

House Movers | Whole House Movers | House Movers Near Me

Moving a building today is a very sophisticated process that utilizes patented mechanical and hydraulic jacking systems and electric rolling and rotating dollies. House movers with the use of these specialized equipment has sped-up the process and dramatically improved the end product, since damage to the structure is minimized. Deconstruction offers many benefits. It saves landfill space, preserves embodied energy and results in a tax deduction when the materials are donated to a qualified nonprofit such as TRP. However, numerous materials remain following deconstruction that are ultimately lost, including stucco, drywall and plaster, most roofing materials other than tile and...

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120-160 Ton | House Lifting Portland Oregon

House Lifting Portland Oregon | House Raising | House Moving

Two days breaking in this 3000sqft 1908 craftsman in NE 120-160 Ton | House Lifting Portland Oregon!  Dent Structural Moving Systems (DENT NATIONAL INC.) is lifting this house, all rock columns, fireplaces, and concrete stairs. Building has to raise over 9' off basement an skate 14' sideways to make room for additional build-able lot. Challenging but fun project. Estimated weight 120- 160 tons! [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="2048"] House Moving | House Lifting Portland Oregon | House Raising[/caption] [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="2048"] House Moving | House Raising | Portland Oregon House Lifting[/caption] [caption id="attachment_856" align="alignnone" width="1024"] House Lifting Portland Oregon |...

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Pre-Civil War Era House Move

Pre-Civil War era building mover brought back to original location at Fort Hoskins

Pre-Civil War era house brought back to original location at Fort Hoskins Men placed greased timber planking under the two-story house and skidded the structure — with a footprint of 25-by-36 feet — down an embankment. The former post commander’s house at Fort Hoskins was then floated on the Luckiamute River a few miles away to its new location in the rural community of Pedee. Or, according to a different telling, beasts of burden hauled the house away from Fort Hoskins along the old fort road. No matter how the men in 1869 or 1870 moved the pre-Civil War era...

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The Discovery Channel’s “Monster Moves” Film Crew Was On Site

Discovery Channel Monster Move

Many spectators and a few unwitting travelers watched history being preserved Sunday as a 100-ton Southern Pacific rotary snow plow was trucked from Chiloquin’s rail line to its final resting place at Train Mountain. “It came off pretty smooth,” said Steve Panzik, a Train Mountain member and preservation enthusiast. “It’s been a good effort from everybody concerned.” A monster move    The Discovery Channel’s “Monster Moves” film crew was on hand to document the task for the television show’s fourth season. Director Chuck Scott’s crew consisted of three Portland-area camera operators, three Canadian operators and Aaron Bentson, a Chiloquin resident...

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