......" I have a two car garage that is tilting forward and to one side. The garage has sliding rail doors which are now probably the only thing that is holding the garage up. "
Sorry to say this, but...under that description of the structure, it would be catergorized as unstructurally sound. We would tell the owner it should be taken down and rebuilt as a proper garage.
If you were 'deadset' on making it square and true, be prepared to spend alot of time and money to get it to that point.
True-ing up one side will push EVERYTHING in a certain direction. Then, trying to move the 2nd side back will move everything in another direction....(not to mention, it will move your 1st side back to being out of plumb) Been there and done that.
There are areas that have, over time, 'come apart' and 'loosened up'. Forcing a wall area back over, won't necesarily make those parts come back together tight and square. Having 2 sides off square is even more difficult to do.
Just my 2 cents.
(as a side point: Why are these letters so HUGE!?)
Last edited by AtlanticWBConst.; 05-13-2006 at 03:13 PM.