Rent a trailer lift it onto a trailer and off into new spot.
Not up a 4' incline over 50' you didn't.3" or 4" pvc pipes work well. drop the shed off the blocks and on the pvs pipes. Use many for a shed that size.
Two of us moved a shed 1/2 that size across a lot by ourselves- as in no vehicles.
I moved two about this size last fall.Got a guy out with one of those car haulers with a winch and a tilting bed.Did not have to put it clear up on the bed.Just enough to get the rear of the shed off the ground and drove it off to the other side of the property.
That's what I was thinking ...Call a roll back!I moved two about this size last fall.Got a guy out with one of those car haulers with a winch and a tilting bed.Did not have to put it clear up on the bed.Just enough to get the rear of the shed off the ground and drove it off to the other side of the property.
2. The last shed I moved, I called a flatbed tow truck. He backed up to the shed, winched it on the bed (only 8' wide shed), moved it to the new location and set it down. Cost me $50. Didn't make sense to me since they charge $100 to pull a car out of a ditch, but I didn't argue. Took about 30 minutes.
Of course he had plenty of room to manuver.
You probably could build an 8x12 for a grand brandie new :laughing:I moved an 8 x 12 wood "Amish" shed by myself with 3 PVC pipes and a come-along. Flat ground, though.
I bought it used ($1000) and had it delivered on a flat-bed. He backed the truck down our side yard (we didn't think it was much of a slope at all), and he got stuck after he dropped it. With the truck facing the street, he thought he would winch his way back to the street with his rear winch cable. Not a good idea. This meant the wire would rub against the side edge of the steel barrier behind the cab. I told him it wasn't such a good idea, but he just got more confident. Since he was operating the winch from the left rear of the truck, when the cable snapped, the truck rolled and got him in the gut before it ran into the chain link fence. Caught the fence at a shallow angle, so thankfully it stopped the truck. BTW, the snapped cable nearly took his head off, too. I ended up pulling him and the truck out of the yard with some extra help from my pathfinder. I just wanted him out of there before his boss found out. I had visions of death and destruction in that 3 seconds after it snapped.