Yeah we’re somehow going to have to make ours moveable like yours. Maybe by taking the legs off and putting pipes or something to roll it.
Yeah we’ll definitely be sure to look around our area for pricing!It shouldn't be too difficult to remove and replace a section of fence.
Shed movers ought to be able to move a solidly-built chicken coop. Be sure to get quotes from several companies because rates for moving the sheds can vary wildly.
As a matter of 20/20 hindsight, this is one of the reasons my DH builds everything with screws and bolts rather than nails.
That’s a good idea. I think that’s probably what we’re going to have to end up doing if we do move it.This...
We used PVC pipes to move our hot tub. Had 6 or 8 pipes, cut to slightly wider than the tub. Once you get going, one person can push, another person moves pipes.
3 times? Wow!! It would be so much easier if we did have something like a bobcat to transport it but we’re probably going to have to end up rolling or using skids like you suggested. I’ll keep that in mind if we can’t get a shed company too though.I have moved my coop three times now... It is no fun! I was able to lift mine with a bobcat and flatbed trailer (4'x8' coop with 8'x12' attached run). I had to remove and replace fences to make it into/out of the last place, but that was the easiest route. If you cannot access with a machine, I would suggest rolling with PVC pipes or wood fence poles. Attaching some skids would make things easier either way. If you cannot find a shed company, a landscape company should be able to help.