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Should I fill trenches along the foundation in my crawl space for stability?

No. Foundation walls generally don't depend on soil for stability. The trench you see is simply the result of targeted excavation for the footings under the walls. This is common and saves cost. ...
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to address a hump in hardwood floor or not

Pretty much depends on how much you like extensively tearing an old house apart to try to make it like new .vs. your tolerance for "character" like a hump in the floor. I've lived in plenty ...
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Wardrobe leaning backward, how to pad out space and level out?

There are two ways: Spacer at the top where the wall-mounting points are. To make it simple, measure the gap between the edge of the PAX side wall and your room wall at the bottom. Then, make a ...
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