Ultimate Recycling: Relocating a House

Relocating a house is the ultimate kind of recycling. Move a house to a new location, and you’ll not only save resources, but will also potentially save money.

Moving A House
Bring your dream home to your dream plot of land by buying and relocating a house.
Photo By Dreamstime/Larry Jordan
Preparing House
Before relocating a house, movers jack it up and place it on wooden cribs.
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Lifting power lines while moving a house
House movers must occasionally overcome obstacles, such as power lines and traffic lights, when moving a house.
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Lifted House
After a house is lifted, movers slide beams underneath to pull it onto the truck.
Photo By Dreamstime/Mark Hryciw
Unconventional House
Even large, unconventional structures can be moved.
Photo By Ron Holland Housemoving
Relocating a house
Condemned buildings are often cheap, and can be relocated to your land.
Photo By Dreamstime/David Gallaher

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