Did you know Restoration Exchange maintains an online resource directory to help you with your restoration needs? Organized by category, it contains listings for everything from architects to windows. Below, get to know Wolfe House & Building Movers.

Do you need to move your historic home or building to a new location?

Wolfe House & Building Movers, founded in 1970, has become a leader in structural moving projects along the East Coast and throughout the Midwest with offices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana and North Carolina. West of the Mississippi River, it works solely with clients on historic restoration/preservation and large masonry structure projects.

During the last 45 years, the company has moved museums, libraries, churches and home of all sizes – mansions, beachfront homes, cabins and mobile homes. Services include:

  • House and building moving
  • House lifting and building raising
  • Building shoring and structural support
  • Under-excavation
  • Roof lifting
  • Rigging and heavy hauling

A member of IASM, Wolfe is committed to using the most modern methods of structure lifting and moving in the industry. Its use of the Unified Hydraulic Jacking System allows the entire structure raising to be performed by one operator. These tools maintain a completely level and uniform lift, which guarantees a minimum, if not a total absence, of stress cracks consistent with a less precise raising operation.

Check out the company’s online photo gallery to see its staff in action. For more information, visit wolfehousebuildingmovers.com.

While many of the companies and products listed have successful track records with historic renovation projects, their presence in the REO Resource Directory in no way constitutes a recommendation or endorsement by Restoration Exchange Omaha. As you would with any project, we encourage you to check references and conduct a thorough review prior to making a selection. If you’re a business or organization that works in the restoration field and would like to be considered for inclusion in the directory, we encourage you to submit an application.

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