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I was looking to find size and number (double or triple) LVL beams I would need to support 16’ span. Above it is attic, no storage 3/12 pitch, 50 psd snow load and it is supporting the middle of a modular with 12 foot half trusses tied together Cement piers are already in place In crawl space supporting4 2x12beams and will be under support posts of the lvl beam

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Structural Engineer: StructuralEng, Consultant replied 7 months ago
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This is some kind of ripoff joke?
I️ thought it was 5 dollars, then it becomes 36 and then it becomes another 34? No thanks
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I apologize for the technical difficulty. I posted a couple questions yesterday. Let me know if you still need help.

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