In order to move a taller building, the roof must be removed for shipping. This is not something people want to do themselves & you will be hard pressed to find someone to do this work for you.
The reason? Because putting a roof back on a settled, moved and aged building, is near impossible to get square. meaning all four corners even in inches, as the materials have settled and sagged. We can and do, do our best in getting it back on right.
However, someone getting this done, needs to know- we can put the roof back on after the building is moved, leveled and squared- but the end result could be a roof that is off by and inch on one grade or the other, due to material settling.
Once the building is moved and leveled and squared corner to corner top and bottom, we then start to reassemble the roof. See the images below as the roof is put back on.
Once the structure is back in line, and the new roof added, we can do a number of things to the shed, from trimming, skirting, put on a second porch roof and deck, and even add ramps for easy loading and unloading of lawn mowers and tractors.
Functional and comfortable to the eyes and body, as you sit in the shade after a light morning in your garden, or working on your land and projects.
A home away from home! This could be in your yard!
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