If you can get the timbers possibly 4x12 & 12 ton bottle jacks make clearance for them to go clear across the structure to include all the new sections you need to raise it all at one time & be prepared to block it as you go up. I helped raise 2 houses one about that size & the one I grew up in which was that size also. But they were one piece. You will need to disconnect from plumbing & any other connections to the house that are not flexible.
To be honest with you with what I see in the pictures I wouldn't have touched this with a 10" pole to start with. Additions with semi flat roofs. Have you any knowledge of how the additions were attached to the main structure & how the wiring & plumbing was added to the buildings systems. This looks like a real headache in the making. I would like to believe it isn't going to be any problem so keep us posted.
Last edited by Bart Leetch; 06-01-2008 at 11:29 PM.
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