Experienced, professional, quality movers
What We Do
Structural House Moves
Safely transporting houses from one site to another
Transport, barge, and load industrial projects
Raising houses and other structures
About Belton Brothers
Belton Bros. Structural Movers and House Movers has been moving houses since 1941. The current geographical location of our business is Chemainus, British Columbia on Vancouver Island.
We are a fully insured, professional house and structure moving business. We have the knowledge and the equipment to move just about any structure. We also raise barns, homes and other structures.
The Belton Brothers were originally named CW Belton and Son’s House Moving. This hard working family began moving structures in Manitoba. Bryan Belton started his career under the watchful eye of his father Clayton. What a sight to behold this young 12 year old Bryan driving the truck whilst his dad moved the telephone wires and Barrie Belton stood on the bumper directing young Bryan. A short time later the family moved to British Columbia.
In 1964 Clayton Belton retired. Carrying on the structural house movers business were two Belton bothers Bryan and Barrie (sons of Clayton). The name changed from CW Belton and Son’s House Moving to Belton Bros. House Moving. The business continued to flourish. With their house moving successes Belton Bros. expanded into structural moving. Structural moving includes house boats, float homes, ships and other large structures.
Today, Belton Bros. third generation is run by Bryan and Cory Belton. Cory has been moving homes and other large structures from the age of 16 on Vancouver Island, in Vancouver, and even parts of Washington. With old fashioned family values, Cory and Bryan bring Belton Bros. Structural Moving into the modern era.
With 79 years of house and structural moving you can be assured that we, the Belton Bros., will guarantee you professional and quality service.
“We are fully involved in the business of house moving.
We look forward to assisting you with your next house, building, or any type of structural move.”
Cory Belton – Belton Brothers