Pretty and strong guys!
First our house was Then it was here!
this height ...
How did they do that?! Well, here is my attempt at photojournalism....
First they removed Our fireplace too Then they sort of shaved They propped up the porch
the chimney :( the plaster off the side
of the house
Then the real work began. Solares Housemovers came in.
I have never seen men work so hard...
6 by 6 blocks of wood Like Janga! Then the big toys came in Crane Driver
Stacked up ... 6 stacks in all - in the THE CRANE! Solares Brother
important pressure points
They steered 20' steel The beams were placed One of the steel beams
beams through the gaping holes atop of the cribs had to be carried by hand to the rear
in the front and rear of our house of the house!
Slowly they used hand jacks to
raise the beams to the top of the joists
sliding the 6 by 6 cribs in as they went
Once the house was balanced on the beams (only one large "Crack!"), there was no need for walls!
No need for these Or these... Take 'em away Last few boards Yeah, we got in
on the action
While we were having fun with the sawzall, the hydraulic jacks were gaining 3000 psi of pressure.
Then, when the beams were all level, and there was nothing attached to the foundation,
they let the hydraulic jacks do their work. Mighty fast the house levitated like a Houdini magic trick!
Hydraulic Jacks Compressor and Hoses
Now we need an 8' And there is no Our new friend
ladder to climb into the house way down in front in Dublin