Thanks for the replies!
Raymond - I’m down in Atlanta.
Rick - The ledger board is bolted to the brickwork.
Cheremie - The width of the footings appear to be about 12", but I can’t tell the depth. Also the post looks to be sitting just on the edge of the footing (not centered).
James - isn’t the span length really 11" between the posts which would be ok for 2x8?
In my prior research, I came across these two references from a post on this forum.
Both of them suggest a max cantilever of 2-3’ but also no more than 30-40% of the total joist length. That’s my main concern for the right hand section. The cantilevered section in only about 25-27", so overall that’s probably ok along the left side of the deck. But what about the tilting right hand side. Here the cantilevered part is again 25-27", but the back span is only 32". So to address the tilting problem, should we shore up the footing first or address the excess cantilevered section (by moving the post out?) or both? The builder will take a look, of course, but I want to get some independent opinions as well.
Also - this is the second time that section has tilted. The first time the support post warped crazily, which we attributed to a wood defect. That post was replaced. Now I’m not so sure it wasn’t a construction defect.
Thanks again for all the advice.