Support Beams

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Posted by: from Cold Lake
9/7/2012 at 5:56:23 PM

I have a support beam that either needs adding to it or replacement. Here is my problem, I need a contractor who is experienced in this kind of work but I live three hundred kilometers northeast of Edmonton.

Any suggestions?

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Date/Time9/10/2012 at 11:09:44 AM

Hi Elaine,

Until you find a permanent answer you can add turn buckle support underneath the beam for temporary support.

You can find it at home depot or similar and its usually under $100.

Hope this can help.

Harry C.

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