Can Temporary Sagging Subfloor Joist Repairs Be Permanent – Ideas For Do-It-Yourselfers/feed/

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Click on this link if you need more aid with your building tasks for brand-new construction, renovating or repairs. Right here's one more video that could be valuable for do-it-yourselfers that are interested in increasing drooping subflooring joist in a crawlspace. This video is a response to an individual who intended to make a momentary repair permanent, even though it isn't really usual construction practice. Keep in mind that several of these recommended repair services will not be accepted by your regional building authorities, designers or building examiners.

3 responses to “Can Temporary Sagging Subfloor Joist Repairs Be Permanent – Ideas For Do-It-Yourselfers/feed/”

  1. ROBERT BUTLER says:

    Why did you not show another option better than any of your options and
    that is use a beam under the joist like you have shown but install say 3 in
    sq steel posts under the joists with a threaded rod going down the post
    with a nut sitting on the steel post and the threaded rod fixes to the
    underside of the beam that nut can be adjusted up or down as needed and of
    cause the steel post has to be set in concrete.

  2. gregvancom says:

    I’m trying to keep it as simple as I can, but there are more ways, like
    yours and it would be an excellent one if soil conditions allow posts to
    lower, thus needing to be raised.

  3. The Handyman says:

    You sure have a lot of great videos. Thanks

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