Straightening a log house is easy in itself, but doing it in a way that wont ruin the house’s cross ties is fine art.
There are no impossible missions – there is always a solution to rebuild log houses that have been destroyed by the weather, fire, or time. This requires the use of traditional proven techniques, unfamiliar to the conventional general builder, but very clear to the experienced log house builder. The general builder lacks the knowledge and experience to straighten out old wage structures, so he can do more harm than good. It is always a good idea to have a specialist evaluate the strength of the log house constructions to be sure of the actual condition of the wall when closing.
If necessary, replace the logs, straighten the sunken walls and support the weak walls with posts.