I've seen a few moved in person and they were all done that way.
Usually starts out with poking holes in the foundation and inserting I
beams then jacking them up. In all of them they worked on all sides of
the house. In one move all the dishes, food, whatever were left in the
cabinets. Smooth move.
This is what you need:
It is very expensive to install.
The only solution is to salvage what can be salvaged, and haul the
rest away in dumpsters at this point.
It's going to be too expensive to stabilize, and that's only IF the
DEC (Dept of Environmental Conservation) will allow you to stabilize
I know a farmer whose barn was undercut by a creek that drastically
changed course during a flood. The creek was nowhere near the barn
prior to the flood. The DEC will not let them fill in and stabilize
their barn because it "changes the natural course" of the creek.
If flowing water is causing the problem, you can forget about saving
it at all.
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