Ever since I bought this 1920 house I have known that the East and West outside bearing walls were leaning to the west a half inch. Both walls are consistent on the lean. I raised my house and added two feet to the existing foundation. To add a sill plate,put a glulam in the center of the joist and to make the basement livable. I was hoping that the lean wood straighten out also because there was some settling in the in the west side of the house foundation. Cracks on the floor from separation and also the foundation was leaning towards the west . But it didn't straighten anything. Every part of my house is stripped to studs. I have started framing the new design of the house and I can't stop thinking about that lean. I would like everything to be perfect. It keeps me up at night thinking of ways to fix it. Do I live with the lean? Is a half an inch even something to stress about? Are there other projects that this will affect? Just trying to ease my mind. Thanks. First remodel job but not the last.