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Re: Re: The Old House


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Posted by glen sw wi on June 23, 2003 at 12:20:59 from (207.190.76.180):

In Reply to: Re: The Old House posted by Spence on June 23, 2003 at 11:42:40:

If the studs are sitting on a sill plate,you should be able to support the wall with a beam and jackposts from the basement. When all else fails you can take off some of the sideing and see just how the studs are attached. Nail a 2x10 on the to the studs and then support the wall with a beam and jackposts. The wall should be quite rigid with the sheathing and sheetrock.


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