:eek:My 66 yr old home has settled leaving me with a minor hump in the middle of my home. I have called 4 different foundation repair companies out. I received 4 different ideas. The one idea I never heard of before, probably because I never had this issue before. Since the foundation of the house have already settled and the main support that runs the full lenght of the house is about 1/2 " higher I should jack up the center of the house, cut the vertical support no more then 1/2" and lower the jacks. What I have a problem with is that no matter how hard I look I can't seem to find any information anywhere on the web about this procedure. Is this safe? How do I find someone who can do this type of Job?