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Background: * Would like to remove load bearing wall between
Background: * Would like to remove load bearing wall between kitchen and living room on the second floor of an early 1940s 2 story cottage style home, and install an exposed wood beam in its place. * … read more
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We want to tear down a bearing wall and will need to add a
We want to tear down a bearing wall and will need to add a beam. Not sure what size beam we will need except the length, which will be 20 feet. Can you give us this information? … read more
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I want to open my living room / kitchen floor plan.. The
I want to open my living room / kitchen floor plan.. The span is 16' … I am wondering if 3 2x10x16 boards ..sitting on 6x6 posts at the end will work … read more
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I am replacing a load bearing interior wall with a laminated
I am replacing a load bearing interior wall with a laminated beam. the span is 22 feet the room width is 24 feet exterior wall to exterior wall. I am wondering what size of beam is required and what s… read more
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I am removing a load bearing wall that divides the kitchen
I am removing a load bearing wall that divides the kitchen from the living room in an older house I just bought. It will open a space from the outside wall to the hallway load bearing wall, which is 2… read more
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I have a similar question. I have a ranch home. The wall
I have a similar question. I have a ranch home. The wall between the kitchen and living room we would like to remove. The removal of the wall is 16ft and replace with an LVL beam. The roof has the loa… read more
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Single Story Ranch built in the 70's and I want to remove a
Single Story Ranch built in the 70's and I want to remove a small section of the center wall between dinning room and living space. 2 x 6 joists break over the wall with no overlap. One side the joist… read more
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My home is a split level built in 1978. it has engineered
my home is a split level built in 1978. it has engineered trusses. I am wanting to remove the wall between living room and dining room. the dining room in 12 ft to exterior wall and living room is 13 … read more
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My house is 28 ft x 60 ft. Near the center of house is a
My house is 28 ft x 60 ft long. Near the center of house is a kitchen that is 12ftx16ft, with a load bearing wall between it and living room. The living room is 16ft x 16 ft. Between the two rooms is … read more
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I have an unusual beam question. I am redoing a pool house.
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We need an LVL beam size calculation. We are removing a load
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I want to open up the wall between my kitchen and living room.
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Were removing a wall, the. Wall is 10 feet and turns 10 feet
Were removing a wall, the. Wall is 10 feet long and turns for another 10 feet There is a verical support beam on the end of the wall that will not be removed. There is a 22 foot span from the the beam… read more
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What size beam do I need to create an opening of 21' 4" in a
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Have a hip roofed ranch house with a walk-out full basement
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I have a beam i would like to take down. At one point this
I have a beam i would like to take down. At one point this use to be an interior wall. My ceiling joist and floor joist run the same direction the wall use to run and beam runs now. None of the rafter… read more
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I have a bedroom currently 15 x 11. It is on the main floor
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I have 15 foot 2x6 joists in the attic, each end on a load
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