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Question:


I have an 18x18 log cabin and the left wall is leaning outward (about 4" out of plumb from bottom to top) and pulling the front and back walls out of place slightly. The right wall is built around the chimney and is sturdy so the front and back are pulling loose from this wall. I have a lot of experience in heavy construction (but not residential or timberframe) so advanced or complicated techniques are welcome, I can handle a challenge. I really want to repair it properly and with lasting stren

Answer:

You should probably have a structural engineer look at it. Most lumber yards or steel yards have one on staff.

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