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Building Lifting : How to Lift a Building – Connecticut

Floods and drainage problems are one of the reasons for house lifting. It is also done to change the basement height or floor height. One of the basic questions asked is how to lift a building? House jacking and house raising is the second name of house lifting.

Hydraulic pumping is used to work on air pressure as it is used to lift heavy objects such as houses itself. A building should be lifted equally from all the sides which are controlled by the electronic components inside the lifters.

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