Clay Fauver's House Movers & Leveling Co., Inc. - Precise structure moving since 1956!

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9901 Mountain Laurel Drive
Semmes, Alabama 36575

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Noteworthy

Two historic homes, Witchwood and the Victoria House on Soldiers Creek are now elevated, fully restored and looking better than ever. CLICK FOR PHOTOS & MORE INFO



H
istoric Silverhill's Little Hall moved by Clay Fauver's House Movers

Between 1909 and 1914, Czechoslovakian settlers migrated to Silverhill, and built the first public hall in the area. Known as the Bohemian Hall or Little Hall, it served the area for nearly a century until the storm struck on Ash Wednesday, March 2011.

The 92-year-old structure was declared a total loss, but the Silverhill folks campaigned to save Little Hall. Clay Fauver's House Movers were able to restore the original section of the structure and moved it to its new location.
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August 2011
Historic Kelly House moved to Old Cahawba by Clay Fauver's House Movers

The Greek Revival cottage was moved from Valley Grande (Just north of Selma) to the Old Cahawba Archaeological Park, Orrville, Ala.
NEWS ARTICLE HERE

February 1997
Family home moved from Frisco City to Fairhope

The house travelled through Uriah, Huxford, Atmore, Bay Minette, Stockton, Malbis, and Daphine on its way to a new home site in Fairhope. The move made the news all along the way.
NEWS ARTICLE HERE


Relocating by barge: No problems with utility lines or tree branches!

We can move a house by barge to any location with water access nearby.
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August 16 1996
The Foley depot returns home.

After 24 years the historic L&N Railroad depot was returned to Foley on August 16, 1996, from its temporary home in Magnolia Springs.
PHOTOS AND NEWS ARTICLES HERE

Relocating historic houses . . .

We were happy to relocate three historic structures from Spring Hill Avenue to Church Street in the Oakleigh Garden District of Mobile.
PHOTOS AND NEWS ARTICLE HERE

July of 1997 (shortly after Hurricane Danny)
Home dangling over Mobile Bay rescued

We put steel beams and rollers under the home to stabilize it and move it away from the canyon created by Hurricane Danny.
PHOTOS AND NEWS ARTICLE HERE

 

 

 

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