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Old 01-11-2018, 07:16 PM  
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I’m not a pro as I believe the OP isn’t as well. I could use some clarification on the quoted part of your reply.
Like a steer.

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All walls fall over the floor platform am I wrong?
Correct.

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Ok half his bad exterior walls are parallel to the floor joists I assume?
We don't know the dimensions, but there is a likelihood that there is damage elsewhere.

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Block between floor joists and rim joists. Is this blocking attached or just sitting in there?
Screwed or nailed to both.

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Beam post. What is a beam post?
Should have read beam, post and the process was described earlier.

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Jack from basement floor. OK do I worry about cracking floor lifting a side of a house this way.
The idea is not to lift the house, just unload the walls and avoid the potential damage which can occur when lifting, so that they can be repaired.

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Any pictures of doing this?
Just house moving experience.

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When the house is up in the air like this the OP can then cut the bottom of all his studs off and then slip in sub flooring and a double bottom plate?
He should be able too.




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