I have a metal 12' wide by 26' deep metal carport I need to raise 2' to fit a travel trailer. The carport currently has a rail on the bottom on both sides, six support legs each side, with four or five pins driven into the ground to hold it. My question - what's the best way to raise it 2 feet? Options I've considered are: (1). Use a farm jack and slowly raise up a side, insert a row of concrete blocks, move to the other side, repeat, then back, etc. Seems like this would work, but would need to find a way to secure for wind. (Hurricane straps?) Are concrete blocks stable enough? Would I need 4 or 5 pillars of blocks or complete rows? Should I consider using old railroad ties and stacking them? (2). Buy the generic two foot extension legs at Menards and try to find a way to insert. Issue here is once I remove the structure for the support base, I'm thinking it would lose stability. To address, I thought about taking a 2x4, putting it across the legs and screwing it to the legs to keep them from shifting. Then use the jack to lift the structure, using blocks as temp supports, then insert the legs. This sounds easy in theory, but guessing it would be a bear to execute properly. (3). Another way I am unaware of as of yet. I've even considered building a two foot wall using pressure treated 2x4's, but would be concerned about roll. Pouring concrete is out of the question due to cost and limited budget. This structure is located at a camp. Adding the trailer so guests can have their own space with privacy. View attachment ImageUploadedByHome Repair1473078024.924570.jpg Appreciate any guidance and thoughts. Here's a photo so you can get an idea of what I'm working with.