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Don't get caught up in super sales techniques. We want you to be happy with your move instead of wishing you had not done it Since 1936 the Spartanburg, Greenville and Anderson areas have benefited from Cox Moving services. Its latest 'Trophy Size' move has been successfully executed once again in the Upstate in the summer of 2009. Take it from us; our expertise can help you move any structure to its new location. Not only do we serve Greenville Spartanburg but areas of North Carolina including Charlotte, Hendersonville, and Asheville.


Whether you have a business or residential structure to move, we can help you today. You can trust our work; we have a team of professionals with over 150 years of combined experience whom successfully directed many structural moves. Cox House Moving considers ourselves the leader in the industry here in South and North Carolina and throughout the United States.








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Moving & Raising since 1936 Insured & Bonded for Your Protection along 70 years of happy customers!
  • Selecting the right mover for the job is the most important decision that you will make. Shop around, but when you compare companies, make sure you get enough information to make a fair and complete comparison. Some states don't have very strict regulations, and it's up to you to protect yourself. Beware of unlicensed, under-insured companies that may put you at greater risk.
  • Ask about experience, licensing, and insurance coverage. Remember, once a structure is raised from its foundation, your homeowners insurance is void. Make sure your mover has cargo insurance to cover the structure and contents while off the foundation.
  • Verify the status of the mover's license with the State Department of Transportation. In some states, a license is only required if the move involves public highways. However, if an accident occurs on the job, you can be held liable for deaths, injuries, or property damages if you hire a mover that lacks proper licensing or has inadequate insurance.
  • Verify that the mover carries a full complement of insurance covering workers, the general public, the property being moved -- and that protects you, the owner.
  • Make sure premiums for the current period are paid. Insurance carriers are required by law to notify the State Department of Transportation about lapses in a mover's coverage. Recouping damages from an unlicensed, uninsured mover may be difficult, and in some cases, impossible.
  • Ask about references, and check them.
  • Ask about the type of equipment and methods used. We are one of the few contractors in the nation to use the unified jacking system. The system is essential when making large, irregular lifts.


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