I bought a two story home built in early 1900s. It was completely gutted. It had a crawl space so my husband decided we are going to put a slab pouring the concrete 4" higher than the original floor. The home has 9-10ft ceilings allowing for this.
However, we would be covering the original framework left holding second level of the home up. Here is where the problem comes in. The second story is sagging a lot. How do we jack the second story up leveling it out if we are pouring concrete encasing the wood? What would be the best most cost efficient way to proceed here, ensuring this is done correctly?