Granville Randy “the lone wolf” Martin, flip and move
Texas Flip and Move star, Granville Randy “the lone wolf” Martin, flip and move master or according to him “being the king of flip and move” is certainly debatable…just ask someone like Donna and Toni. Well now… I am quite sure a difference in opinion will arise. However I do believe that Randy is a professional, maybe not the best one ever and ever, but I do know that he understands the house moving business and has been a constant in the flip and move industry for years. Now the TV Reality series has made him famous he is not scared at all to show you how to do it ‘Just Right” .
Now on Texas Flip and Move there are always all kinds of antics that the house movers are up to, the real mission is to fix a house, from top to bottom if necessary and flip it for a profit. Even though ‘The Lone Wolf is always trying to outsmart all of the others, it does not always work. There are plenty of other hard working movers and flippers that keep Granville Randy “the lone wolf” Martin in line. Donna and Toni are usually pretty good about keeping Randy from chasing too many rabbits in the wrong hole. Now it is a different story when Randy wants to flip a coin ” don’t do it” is the correct answer . Randy is a master coin flipper, maybe why he thinks flipping houses is the same deal. Well..I guess if you are a pro at it maybe..
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TEAXS FLIP and MOVE DIY – HGTV – GAC narrative by: Granville Randy “the lone wolf” Martin
When most people think of moving, they typically think of packing up the contents of their home or building and moving to a new structure. Well, did you know that Just Right Transportation can actually move your entire home or building too?
Structure moving has been around for over a hundred years, and is considered the most environmental and economical choice for dealing with a building that needs to be moved, or removed, from an existing location.
We use the most up-to-date house moving equipment along with applying the latest in house raising and moving methods (the Unified Hydraulic Jacking System and remote controlled house moving dollies) in order to enable us to safely and securely move your structure without causing damage to it.
Structural moving is the type of business where years of experience are invaluable. Learning by doing is what creates the best understanding and craftsmanship for each move. We, at Just Right Transportation, have that experience and credibility as a leader in the structural moving industry.
Texas Flip and Move star, Granville Randy “the lone wolf” Martin, flip and move master
Owned and operated by Granville G. ”Randy” Martin III, Just Right has been in business for over 30 years in the Azle/Springtown area. Randy gained his knowledge and experience working for his father and grandfather.Since beginning his business, Randy has strived on enhancing the company with newer equipment, continued knowledge and practice of the laws as well as moving regulations, and utilizing employees dedicated to the moving industry.
Just Right is a proud member of the Texas Association of Structural Movers. No job is too small, too large, too close, or too far, so if you need it moved right, be sure to contact Just Right. We get the job done right the first time.
Granville Randy “the lone wolf” Martin
A little bit about Randy’s Company and Experience…
Just Right Transportation is the most experienced and reliable structural moving company in North Texas. Lead by Granville G. Martin III (Randy), along with a skilled team of experienced professionals, Just Right Transportation prides itself on safety, efficiency, quality work, and reasonable prices. We see every project as a new challenge that requires its own individual needs and concerns. Whether you are moving a House, Building, Mobile Home, Barn, Shed or Historic Structure. We treat your structure like our own. We give you and your Structures the attention YOU BOTH DESERVE. Our Motto Is Let’s Move It Right! Structural moving, done right, is our passion. Our history proves this with more than “30 years” in the business.
Why Would Someone Want To Move A Structure?
The Home or Structure is Historic
The Home or Structure is Sentimental
To Clear Land
The House or Structure is “A Good Deal”
Recycle the home, Save our landfills, Move a house, Save the trees
It’s affordable and it saves money! Most of the time It can be done for less than 50 cents on the dollar.
Saves on construction time! You can be in a moved house faster than a newly built home, majority of the time.
Your taxes are cheaper !!!
You can get green credits and benefits from local and federal programs depending on what and where you are.
What Should I Think About When Deciding On Moving A Structure?
Have a mover look at the project first! It usually costs to have a mover look over and inspect the home and run out the different routes because there may be more routes than one that are possibilities. The mover will pick the best route and most least costly route, a reasonable fee usually comes with it and if the movers gets the job some movers will give some rebate on the go look fee. Always remember you have to deal with building inspectors and building codes but usually the mover can sometimes help you with that and it’s all in approach to your project and people involved.
Is it physically possible to move the house to the area you are considering? Most of the time! Question is are there narrow or busy roads, bridges, utility lines, large trees, traffic lights or any other obstructions that would physically prohibit the move? This is determined by the moving contractor. Although it is possible to have some of these things temporarily removed, it may or may not be financially feasible. It depends on the project and what the costs are. Some of our customers have had some utility companies offer to raise lines for free while others have had to pay for some of it or all of it depending on the project and who’s behind it. Such as nonprofit , community effort, people involved, church projects, lots of things can come into play for someone needy.
How Far Can A Structure Be Moved?
Structures have been moved cross-country on trucks, floated on barges, and airlifted with a cargo helicopter. If money is not an issue, there is a structural mover that can and will relocate the structure. Moving depends on the type of building and where the building is located in the state. In almost all cases, after a permit is obtained the building can be moved with proper supervision and stand-by equipment. In some states, it is possible to move a house for miles. In certain highly populated areas, due to narrow roads, bridges, utility lines, trees and traffic control issues, most buildings are normally only moved a few blocks away, across the road, on the same lot or across a field.
What Is The Time Frame On Moving A Structure?
Generally the entire process of moving the home can be completed in one or two weeks. Weather conditions, scheduling and permitting must be taken into consideration however.
What Does It Cost To Move A Structure?
Each individual house or structure is different with its own degree of cost and difficulty. Most bids are priced by the “square foot”, though a house mover may choose to charge by the mile. The majority of a house mover’s bid is estimating the cost of getting the structure prepared, out of where it is, and into where it is going. Variables that may affect a house mover’s bid are as follows:
Distance – long distance moves can be more expensive, depending on the structure.
Moving Costs – Ever-increasing costs of insurance, permit and other requirements, i.e., tools, fuel, assistance, labor etc.
Scheduling -Certain moves are permitted only at certain times of night or day. House moving can be “seasonal” in some areas. With this in mind, certain times of the year are very busy for house movers, depending on the weather.
Structure size – Typically speaking, the bigger the structure, the bigger the price.
Cuts – The structure that must be cut (a cut often means an individual move for each section) is generally more expensive. Thus, more permits, trucks, time etc.
Structure Type affecting labor – For example, a brick structure may require the removal of its brick exterior. A log cabin may need to be braced and banded with a branding machine. The slab house, the metal frame house etc. may require more labor and time.
Inner City Moves – Among many other variables, the mover may travel 10 miles to move a structure 2 city blocks.
Structure Height – Typically speaking, the taller the structure, the higher the price.