Relocating a house involves planning for the relocation, preparing the house for relocation, digging up the house from its current location and transporting the house to the new location, and setting the house on a new foundation in the new location. Attaching utilities to the house completes the process.
Planning for house relocation involves seeking permission to do so from the local planning departments and getting a permit allowing you to dig the house from its original location. A permit for establishing the house in the destination location is also handy. The planning also involves seeking the house transportation route approval from the transportation department of your state and relocation permission from any lending institution holding a mortgage on the house you intend to move. Additionally, planning involves looking for a professional house moving company you intend to hire for the service.
Preparing the house involves detaching utilities, such as plumbing and wiring, attached to the house. One way to remove the utilities is to hire expert removers such as electricians and a plumbers. The preparation also involves clearing any objects adjacent to the house, such as trees, to facilitate house excavation. After preparing the house, call the house mover to dig up the house and transport it to the new location before digging the new foundation on which to establish the house.