Support Beam

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Posted by: from Winnipeg
7/28/2006 at 2:56:55 PM

I Want To Take A Wall Out In My Living Room To Make It Bigger But There Is A Support Beam There So How Would I Go About Getting It Done

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Date/Time8/9/2006 at 1:01:24 AM

hello, most of the time really no big deal, u might need some design plans and install longer solid beam. what is your span size?

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J.Roberts and Associates Interiors in Georgetown
Date/Time8/27/2006 at 12:16:46 PM

A careful inspection of mechanical and electrical

services passing through the wall . Inspection of

structural support under the wall ( floor joists,beams and jack posts) The load has to be properly distibuted , I've had to add footings and posts . Could be a nightmare if not properly done.

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Date/Time10/17/2007 at 3:42:52 AM

Does the wall actually support the beam or is the beam posted in the exterior walls?

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