you didn't say how large the floor was but you should be able to install new 2x6 joist supporting mid ro third span as required bobp
Take the slab out and pour a new one with the right slope. Rent a concrete saw and cut a few grooves in it making the groove deeper away from the house. This will let the water drain off of the slap and away from the house. If the slab is separate from the house, you might be able to mud jack it at the house and raise it enough to slop it away from the house. Mud jacking is not terribly expensive.
Generally when a house is sinking, the problem can be traced to a weak foundation. One can improve foundation problems by hiring a specialist or installing subterranean concrete beneath the house to raise it. The problem may also be poor soil quality, in which research should be done before repairing the foundation.
So we have the same problem at our house! The crack is all the way through the garage. We are going to have to have them come in and raise part of the garage were it has sunk and then fill it in with concrete. As well you can also buy garage flooring and put that on top to make it look a lot nicer and cleaner. It is not to expensive if you get the right stuff.
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