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We want to tear down a bearing wall and will need to add a
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In my family home I'd like to remove a lolly column in my
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I don't have a structural eng. in my immediate area. I am
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I have a wall I would like to remove. I took out an office.
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I want to open up the wall between my kitchen and living room.
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