Payne, Building Movers uses the most up to date equipment to produce your job. Payne, Building Movers only uses Unified hydraulic systems to raise structures. A unified hydraulic system is the safest and most efficient way to raise building and other structures. A unified system lifts equally in unison regardless of the different weights at each lift point, this means little to no stress on the structure being raised. We have hydraulic jacks for all your jacking, shoring and moving needs from small hand jacks to our custom built 100 ton cylinders. Payne has also custom built our own steering dollies that can use either a 50 tonor 100 ton cylinder. Our dollies can be used individually or in large groups and all can steer or be set up for castering steering so tight turns and rotations are no problem.
Unified Hydraulic Jacking System | Bridge Jacking North East
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Payne Building Movers also use remote controlled knuckle booms that are mounted to our trucks, so we do not need to hire or have our customers hire a excavator or a loader to move or set our steel beams for us, these knuckle boom allow us to work in tight spaces where a machine wont work they allow us to go over or between buildings, trees, rocks, fences, walls or any other object that might be in the way of getting the job done. Our box trucks are both equipped with unified hydraulic systems, welders, compressors, cutting torch’s and all other necessary tools to jack or move any house, building or other object.
Payne building movers can also build and fabricate any steel work for your project whether its just a new steel beam to clear span your basement or an entire steel sub structure.
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