To late, I realized my front yard tree roots have buckled my slab foundation up in my living room several inches. The tile is still intact, but I feel like I'm skiing down hill when I walk over the raise. I have no idea how something like this can be repaired. The tree has been cut down. Do the roots ever go away, or is a jack hammer in my dining room in my distant future? I can live with it for a while, but know one day it will have to be fixed. Does the fix entail, that jack-hammer, digging up the roots and pouring the slab on that part again? It is a slab foundation, smack on the ground. I live in the Los Angeles area. Thanks for advice and suggestions.