I have an attached garage with one corner (and the side of the garage) having sunk about 8 inches. The wall surrounds a poured pad that has stayed pretty much where it was, and this outside foundation wall has settled in. It's probably only about 4 feet high, presumably with a grade beam underneath (unless it doesn't, in which case I can see why it fell). I'm having a hard time finding contractors to put in piers and lift it, and I'm to the point where I'm willing to do it myself.
Has anyone done this sort of repair, and have advise to give? I've found a few companies that sell the equipment, the push pier systems and jacks, but they're definitely geared towards the professionals.
I can't see that there is a lot of weight to lift, as the garage itself has actually held its position and not sunk along with the foundation wall. I think the framer deserves an award.