Admiral Building Movers, Inc., located in Goffstown, New Hampshire, has raised and moved buildings for over 35 years. Experienced with any type of raising, shoring, or moving, and primarily work on residential or commercial wooden structures.
Our analysis of your structure will help assure your move will be done expertly. Admiral Building Movers is a fully insured building moving company, carrying general liability, structure insurance to cover your house while we are working on it, as well as automotive and workers compensation insurance.
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Matt and Dick have been partners in their company, Admiral Building Movers, Inc., since 1985. However, their building moving career started in 1978. Together, they have been raising and moving buildings for over 35 years. They are familiar with any type of raising, shoring or moving that you may have, and primarily work on residential or commercial wooden structures.
Originally located in Manchester, New Hampshire, Admiral Building Movers relocated in 2003 to Goffstown, New Hampshire, one town west of Manchester. Throughout the years they have continued to operate as a small company and give personalized service. Their expert analysis of your structure will help alleviate any anxiety you may have - help make your decisions about your project easier.
Our rates are very competitive and your inquiry will be returned promptly. We have an untarnished reputation of showing up as scheduled and sticking with the job until our part is complete.
We are a fully insured building moving company - carrying general liability, structure insurance (which covers your house while we are working on it), automotive, and workman’s compensation.
We look forward to giving you a free consultation and estimate.
What We Do
Products and Services
Modern Hydraulic Jacking System
Shoring & Leveling
Raised Access Flooring
Blue Book Network Classifications
Commercial Construction Project Specializations
Typical Project Size:
Up to $100,000
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