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I'm not sure how to explain my situation but I'll try. I

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I'm not sure how to explain my situation but I'll try . I want to remove a corner post & put the beam in the attic , where the beam is the rafters stop & the ceiling is open peak ? the rafters are sitting on the beam, one end of the beam is sitting on the hall way wall witch we are leaving the other sits on the corner post . do you think I can rest a beam on top of the ceiling joist & extend the beam past the original post area across the ceiling joist & the other end on the the original hall way spot it is a 14 foot span if so what size & how long
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Structural Engineering
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 9 months ago.

Hello

Expert:  StructuralEng replied 9 months ago.

The description is not very clear. Can you post a sketch of what you would like to do?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
No keep my 5 bucks don't take more !!!
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 9 months ago.

What?

Expert:  StructuralEng replied 9 months ago.

What are you talking about?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
I don't want to go any farther I changed my mind I'm going to get somebody to come to the house thanks for you'r time, let me know if you keep the 5 bucks so I can let my wife know
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 9 months ago.

I will request a refund for you. Good luck with your project

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
thank you

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