About Us

Stotts & Sons, Inc. is a house/structure moving company located in Anderson, CA in beautiful Shasta County.

The business, now owned by Keith Stotts, was started by his grandfather Vern, his father Caroll and Uncle Kenneth in 1955. Since 1955, it has always been family owned. It has continued to flourish and expand. Keith takes pride in helping his many customers from Sacramento to Southern Oregon and from the California Coast to North Western Nevada.

Structure Moving CompanyKeith and his employees have relocated a large variety of buildings, structures, and homes. This include homes with flood damage along the Klamath and Sacramento Rivers and erosion on the Northern California Coast. Stotts & Sons, Inc. has relocated historical buildings, portable classrooms, barns, garages, cabins, Inns, museums, jury buildings, bridges and many other structures.
Stotts & Sons, Inc. also raises (jacks up) buildings to repair damaged foundations or for new ones to be laid. Stotts & Sons, Inc. has raised a firehouse in Ferndale and has raised/moved a house and cabin for a well known private fishing club along the McCloud River. Stotts & Sons, Inc. is a proud member of the Shasta Building Exchange and International Association of Structural Movers. Technology and equipment changed with time and our company embraced it, but as some wise man once said “If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It!” which is why Keith chose to continue to use his 1950 Kenworth Semi.
House Moving Stotts & SonsKeith grew up in Anderson, CA and graduated from Anderson High School. He worked with his father and uncle in the house moving business during high school and continued working along side his family until he bought the business in 2000. Keith and his wife Susan have 7 children and 14 grandchildren, many of them residing in and around Shasta County. When Keith is not working he is spending his time with his wife and family, often on their houseboat on Shasta Lake. Keith believes in family which is why many of his kids and relatives have and/or do work with him.