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We have a log home that is 33 years old. We are an older couple, so we put vinyl siding on because of too much up keep. We have round logs that are cut out in a curb so one sits on top of the other. The contractor cut the stacked corners off so the siding would fit. Now we have a leaning log wall (it’s leaning about 4inches at the top), in our dining room. Do you have any suggestions on how to repair it? We are at a loss on ideas, so any would help us. Thank you, Judy Jones.

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

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