A couple have 20 acres in Alberta, but they don't yet have a house, and for a year their family of six has been living in a trailer on the property. Meanwhile, lottery winner Len wants to get rid of his 1940s home to make room for a millionaire's mansion. It's a 35-mile journey through a treacherous bog and tree-lined trail, and it's up to Wade's House Movers to make it all happen.
After dreaming about moving to Vancouver Island, a couple finally finds a beautiful century home in Victoria. The only problem is the property they want to move it to is 150 miles to the north. Too large to take by road, their team of expert movers hatches a daring plan. After loading the structure onto a barge, they undertake a 48 hour sea voyage through treacherous narrows and open water.
A couple love their neighborhood, but have outgrown their current home. When a local two-story landmark is earmarked for relocation, they're convinced they have the solution. House hauler's are called in to maneuver the towering 97-tonne structure to the couple's unused lot. And on the way, they must navigate Calgary's steep slopes and narrow twisting streets.
With their growing family, a couple's three-bedroom North Dakota home is bursting at the seams. In search of more space, they've found a sprawling rambler ranch. The only problem is that it sits 72 miles away on the flood-prone banks of the Red River so now it's up to a firm of Heavy Haulers to rescue their dream home from the river's perilous banks.
A couple recently purchased a two-story dream home in Medicine Hat, and the only problem with it is the location. It's precariously perched on a crumbling cliff above a network of collapsing mining tunnels. In a race against time, they call in a crew to move the house. But saving it from falling into the ravine is just the beginning since the couple's new plot is on the other side of town.
A young military couple with an ambitious plan want to move their house out of the North Dakota countryside and closer to town. But when the husband is deployed to Afghanistan, the project grounds to a halt. Two years later, the house is finally ready to go. But the perilous path to its new plot is a 53-kilometre rain-soaked trek along flooded roads.
Serial house movers built a successful business by buying unwanted homes, moving them, renovating them and selling them for a profit. But then they lost everything and are now starting over from scratch. With loans from investors, they're back in business, hauling a stunning heritage home across the ocean to a new site on Vancouver Island. The future is looking up. That is, if the house arrives in one piece.
A family in Seattle has found the perfect starter home for their daughter. But the 90-year-old building is on the wrong side of the city and that means a huge headache for the haulers. With help from a tugboat crew, they sail the house around downtown's treacherous traffic. But back on dry land, disaster looms as the wheels threaten to come off the daughter's dream home.
To house all their treasured belongings, a couple in Seattle has built the biggest floating mansion in the city. But launching the 150-tonne aquatic home is a massive hurdle requiring two colossal cranes and a team of tugboats.
With their grown up kids leaving the nest, a couple are ready for a fresh new start. They've got a secluded plot in Medicine Hat, Alberta. But the home they've found is clear across town. To repatriate their brand new digs, the couple calls in a crew of expert heavy haulers. But a successful delivery means navigating icy roads and risky railway crossings with a 50-tonne house in tow.
A single mom in Blockhouse, Nova Scotia spends her life savings to rescue a 250-year-old cottage. It's been in her family for generations, but is slated for demolition to make way for a wider highway. She hires a team of professionals to move the cottage to a beautiful site. But on the way they've got to navigate a tricky route that includes narrow bridges, high-voltage power lines, and a steep off-road trail.
A couple are thrilled to find their 1970s dream home, but now they have to save the stunning redwood ranch from the wrecking ball. The land it sits on has been sold to a developer and if they don't move it, the house will be demolished. They've called in an elite house-moving team and their first problem is the home's size. In order to get it on the road, it will have to be cut in half.
A couple have eight idyllic acres in Minnesota where they envision the perfect weekend retreat for their growing family. They've found a 100-year-old farmhouse. But the only problem is the massive house is 65 miles away on the flood-prone banks of the Red River. It's an ambitious mission across rolling hills, but supersize house movers say they're up to the job.