SJ Hauck has over 30 years in the house moving and lifting industry. Our business prides itself on professionalism and efficiency with each job that we take on. Our company is fully staffed and is currently working hard to suit your needs and make sure that no cell goes unanswered.
We are the only company in Atlantic County NJ that was fully insured to lift and move houses before the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. We have won two international awards for our work and design that show how innovative our company truly is.
We are fully staffed, from Sales to Permitting, finance to construction. We can handle multiple projects at one time, so you feel the personal attention you desire.
SJ Hauck Homes - a division of SJ Hauck House Movers - is a leading custom modular home builder of ranch, Cape and two story homes in South Jerse (NJ). We offer over 300 modular home floor plans ranging in size from 1000 to 4000 square feet. Custom modular home plans are also available. We welcome you to view our photo galleries, video gallery, floor plans and colors & finishes. Please contact us for more information about building your dream home, or for more information about additional services provided by SJ Hauck House Movers.
SJ Hauck Homes - a division of SJ Hauck House Movers - is a leading custom modular home builder of ranch, Cape and two story homes in South Jersey (NJ). We offer over 300 modular home floor plans ranging in size from 1000 to 4000 square feet. Custom modular home plans are also available.
There are a variety of reasons houses are raised, but today, many house are raised due to flooding from Superstorm Sandy or to meet new flood elevation codes. Often times major renovation projects require that the existing structure to be brought up to new codes and flood elevations. Because of Superstorm Sandy, many homes in Southern New Jersey are now required to meet new flood elevation codes. Very efficiently, we can raise the structure to the new flood elevation and build up the foundation to meet those requirements. In 2013, we lifted many house as a direct result of damage from Superstorm Sandy.
Typical, houses are relocated because they fall in the way of new construction or land development and are threatened by demolition. Usually relocated structures hold either historic or economic value and are moved to new locations out of harms way. This alternative to demolition is not only an environmental friendly way of recycling, but a fast, cost-efficient method of house construction. With the continual re-development of land, relocation is the only chance worthy structures have against demolition.