Videos

W.A. Building Movers was featured on Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs back in 2005.

W.A. Building Movers helps a family return home after Hurricane Sandy.

W.A. Building Movers & Contractors Inc. helps the Mountainside Historic committee to move the Levi Cory house in Mountainside, New Jersey.

WA Building Movers moves the historic Levi Cory House (early 1800s) from its original location in Mountainside NJ down New Providence Road across the high traffic Route 22 to its new location at Constitution Plaza in Mountainside NJ.

In September 2002, this 109 year old historic colonial house was moved from its original site on Pine Street to its new home on Dehart St. in Morristown, NJ.

W.A. Building movers & contractors lifts and moves old cabin to make way for the Red Tail lodge at Mountain Creek, New Jersey.

This lift and move was completed at 11 Marine Place, Highlands New Jersey. The home was moved into the street right on the water to allow for a new piling foundation to be installed. Moved along with the home was a 20 ton peanut stone chimney.

This is video of the home at 1705 Bay Blvd., Seaside Height, New Jersey being set onto it’s new piling foundation. After spending almost a year with this home stuck in the lagoon from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, this homeowner is one giant step closer to getting home.

This is a move in Mantoloking, New Jersey. This one hundred and ten (110) ton single family home made of stucco, a Spanish style roof and monster fireplace incurred massive damage from Hurricane Sandy and the entire ground level was ravished. In order to meet the new FEMA guidelines which had placed this dwelling in a V zone and required a configuration of piling/breakaway walls, W.A. Building Movers moved the dwelling off it’s current footprint, which allowed for a wood pile foundation to be installed and for the homeowner to save tens of thousands instead of having to install a costly helical and masonry foundation. The move took three days and once the new piling foundation and banding was in place the home was moved back onto the new foundation and original footprint, helping the homeowner get one step closer to getting back home.

Fox News features Wayne Yarusi in: Princeton University giving away 7 homes, with a catch”