Can I live in my house while it is on your equipment?
We do not recommend it, but many of our clients do. The client is responsible for temporary hook-up of the electrical and plumbing lines, as well as installing secure access ramps to the doors. Secondary doors will need to be blocked off in order to avoid accidents. Remember, in some cases the house will be up to 10 feet in the air. Contact your insurance company for proper coverage. In most cases, we are responsible for the care of the building when it is on our equipment, however, we cannot be held liable for accidents causing bodily harm to the occupants of the house during the work.