Lifting a House?

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Lifting a house is a process that takes much time and patience. If one tries to do it quickly, they risk damaging the whole house. It will take multiple people helping with the move. It is also necessary to have a hydraulic house jack on each order and at least two steel beams to place under it. These are necessary to get the house of the foundation. Then house must be kept at level at all times to protect the structure of the house.
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