1. Shore House Moving Keeps Families High and Dry

    As climate change affects shorelines, there are more and more reasons to consider planning a consultation for shore house moving. Regardless of the reasons, many homeowners find that homes which were once located a relatively safe distance from the shore are now in risk of water damage and complete …Read More

  2. Hurricane Season Preparation Keeps Damage at Bay

    With hurricane season already pummeling the east coast, it is no wonder that more and more people seek information about how to implement a strategic and efficient hurricane season preparation plan. Aside from the economic reasons to protect your number one investment, your home, from serious damage…Read More

  3. Do You Need a House Moving Permit?

    Instead of selling your old home and buying a new house, you decided to have your house moved from its current location to an area of land you purchased. Before you begin deciding on moving an entire house, you need to make sure that the house can be moved safely without damage and that you have the…Read More

  4. What You Need to Know about Whole House Moving

    When people talk about moving house, they don’t usually mean literally moving the entire structure from its foundation to another location But that’s exactly what people mean when they talk about whole house moving. You may have seen an entire house being moved and think it’s a good idea but w…Read More

  5. Why a Beach House Needs a Stronger Foundation

    The coastal foundation of your beach home is perhaps its most important structural element. Without a solid foundation, the rest of the house falls apart. In most residential construction zones, typical foundation systems are adequate to meet the needs of the residents. This is not the case with a w…Read More

  6. How Bridge Jacking Is Used In Key Infrastructure Repairs

    Among the various civil infrastructure maintenance requirements, repair and replacement of bridge components can be one of the trickiest and most essential to public safety. Multiple bridge damages and failures have made the news in the past decade. It is clear that much work needs to be done to ass…Read More

  7. Protecting Your Home From Flood Damage

    When flood season begins, it pays to be prepared. You are going to want to make sure that you have plans for how to evacuate, should the need arise, especially if you live in areas prone to rising waters. While it can be hard to predict when a flood might happen, you can make the right steps to prot…Read More

  8. Home Flood Recovery And Prevention

    If your home is located in a flood zone, it’s crucial that you take the proper steps to protect your property from potential dangers. Apart from having flood insurance there are several ways that you can protect your house from flooding. If you’ve already faced home damage from flooding, then it…Read More

  9. Historic Building Preservation And Moving

    Historic buildings are not only a physical memory of years past, but they’re a great reminder of our nation’s history and the way of life of our ancestors. At Payne Construction Services, LLC, we’ve been involved in the preservation and protection of many historic homes, buildings and structur…Read More