Hey all, I need some help with some ideas on how to move my shed...
As you'll see from the pics below, the shed is down at the other end of the yard. Maybe 50 or 60 yards away. It weighs maybe 800 + pounds emptied out and is 12x10 feet.
It's all wired up with lights and outlets as it used to be up next to the house but the previous owners of the house cut the power cord and moved it to where it is now. I talked to them and they said they used 2x4s, dish soap, and a Jeep with a winch and dragged it down. I guess it stoved the lawn all the hell up - I want to avoid that! I'm thinking it is a good time to move it now as the ground is all frozen.
What I'm thinking is I'll pick up some schedule 80 PVC piping with a large diameter at the local hardware store, maybe 4 or 5 of them in 8 foot lengths. I'll barrow a few extra jacks from some buddy's and lift it up 6 or 8 inches and then slide the PVC pipes under and move it Egyptian style across the lawn with the Tacoma and a tow rope. Once I get it in place, I'll jack it up again, remove the pipes, level it and then lower it for good. Then call the electrian to get it wired up once again.
What do you all think? This seems to be the best way I can think of with out getting a team of guys involved to drag it... Any thoughts?