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This article is part 2 of a three part series covering removing a load-bearing wall. Part 1 - Preparing for Load-Bearing Wall Removal Part 2 - Removing Part of a Load-Bearing Wall – Demolition Part 3 - Before Closing Up a Load-Bearing Wall Removing Part of a Load Bearing Wall (Part 2) We return to our load-bearing wall removal project here at Fred's and my house. In a single day, our contractors removed the drywall section, framed out the doorway, and also partially removed our pantry. It…
Courtney Sandlin saved to SHANNON'S PROJECTS
The Victory will be mine!! (Load-Bearing Wall Removed, Load-Bearing Header Installed)
Peace, Love and Quilts saved to Our fixer-upper
When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. So instead of peering at that immobile column or the completely necessary but “did they really have to put it right there?” support wall with disdain, take another glance and start to see the opportunities that those architectural features might afford you. Like lots of storage… Shelves that surround a column on all sides offer a big storage boost without taking up a lot of extra room.
Natasha Nixon saved to 5235
Building a Non Load Bearing Wall divided and created a whole new bedroom and much needed storage upstairs in our farmhouse loft!
Midcounty Journal saved to Midcounty Journal
Oh boy, Mother Nature’s at it again! She’s lucky she makes such a beautiful mess, otherwise I’d be a little more miffed about waking up to 4+ inches of snow this morning. ;) I think I’ll take the day to skip the slick roads and cold winds to stay indoors…
In this video, learn how to temporarily support the overhead load and how to install a load-bearing beam. It is important to learn how to install an LVL header because without proper installation the structure will not be adequately supported and in minor cases can sag, or in serious cases, can collapse.
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Adding overhang space to a kitchen counter is an easy way to make bar space. The overhang can be a rectangular extension or a semi-circle shape. You can use a typical counterspace along one wall of the kitchen or an island to make the conversion.
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Kitchen ideas, design and inspiration from world’s best interior designers to spark ideas for anyone updating their own
House & Garden Magazine UK saved to Kitchens
This how-to guide is a compilation of several articles from 2010 when we were going through the process of removing a load bearing wall. It was a big project that took place over the course of several days and required the help of professional contractors and engineers. This article will walk you through the process, step-by-step so you can see how the pros completed the job. For any of you who weren't with us in January 2010, this was the last wall to be removed in the conversion to an open…
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