So our house got attacked by both poria and moisture ants. We have remidated both infections and now are left with one post that is almost eaten through and two damaged beams. The house was built in 1914, located in Western Washington. This is the only damage to the foundation that i can identify. The damage is located at the far outside corner of the house. One of the beams is has about 16-20 of damage and the other beam has about 20-24 of damage. The post is gone, and has to be replaced. My question is, is thie repair as easy as it looks. My thoughts are: 1. Use a beam and jacks to take the load off of the damaged post and beams. 2. Remove damaged Post and cut off damaged sections of one beam and completely remove the other beam. 3. Replace Post 4. Add new post at location of cut off beam. 5. Slice in new beam. 6. On the section were I removed the beam, it is only about 4 feet from the damaged post and the next post. That is why I will remove the beam and replace completely instead of slicing in a new section. 7. When finished lower weight back onto repaired section and call it a weekend. Am I missing anything that would cause me danger or make the situation worse? Are two 25 ton Jacks enough for this small of repair?