If this is a one story cottage, you also have to check any interior walls for bearing loads and they also must be shored. This can be a dangerous job, so realize your limitations. If this is a two story structure then it should be left to professionals. Either way the house must be jacked at strategic intervals to allow for a slow even rise. Too much at one point can cause more problems then what you have now. Good luck..
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