Why choose us for your load bearing wall removal?
Whether you're looking to create an open concept living space, or simply have a load bearing wall removal project, We specialize in providing affordable, safe and efficient removal of load bearing walls in homes and commercial buildings since 2012. Our team of highly trained licensed professionals has years of experience in structural wall removal and beam installations.
WHY LOAD BEARING WALL REMOVAL?
1- Increase natural light
2- Improved functionality
3- Better flow
4- Modern Aesthetics
5- Maximized space
If you're looking to either reside in your home long-term or sell it in the future,having an open concept living area is a smart choice.
HOW TO DETERMINE IF A WALL IS LOAD BEARING?
Several factors need to be considered when determining whether a wall is load-bearing. These factors include joist direction, age of the building, roof and floor framing, wall thickness, stud spacing, as well as the amount of live and dead load.
DO I NEED A BUILDING PERMIT?
1- ASSESSMENT: A structural engineer must first
assess the wall.
2- OBTAINING PERMITS
3- INSTALLING TEMPORARY SUPPORT
4- REMOVING THE WALL
5- STEEL/LVL BEAM FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION
6- FINISHING THE AREA
Steel beam installation is a complex process that requires specialized knowledge and equipment. It is important to hire experienced and licensed contractors to ensure that the installation is performed safely and correctly.We are a top structural steel beam fabricator, delivering custom solutions for construction projects.
STRUCTURAL METAL FABRICATION:
Get high-quality and custom metal structures with our structural metal fabrication services. Our skilled team and modern technology ensure efficient and reliable solutions for your metal fabrication needs.
HOW DO I REMOVE A LOAD BEARING WALL?
If the wall is found to be load-bearing, proper temporary supports must be installed before any demolition work can begin. This may involve installing columns or beams to support the weight of the structure. It is crucial to follow local building codes and obtain any necessary permits before starting the project.