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New article on house moving

August 31st, 2010

We’ve all seen whole houses moving down the highway on huge trucks, and it isn’t hard to wonder how such a move is economical or even logistically possible. Utility lines and bridges are in the way while pot holes threaten to weaken the structure, and the whole moving service can cost tens of thousands of dollars, yet many homeowners gladly pay up. Their reasons vary – perhaps they want to save their historic home from an encroaching highway or flood, or maybe they want to move it onto a more valuable piece of land. Or, maybe, they just don’t like the new neighbors. Regardless, it’s quite an involved process, and you can find out more in our new article on house moving.

This blog entry was posted by Rob London.

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