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7 months7 monthsJacobiteJacobite posted:
Correct deflection in floor - hybeam joists

With all due respect, we're talking about a 10mm deflection over 3.6 metres that hasn't moved in almost 12 years. Most people wouldn't even worry about it. However being a…

7 months7 monthsJacobiteJacobite posted:
Correct deflection in floor - hybeam joists

I'm pretty sure I've provided all of the information you've asked for. The joist sizes, their spacings and spans, as well as the flooring material used above the joists. The…

7 months7 monthsJacobiteJacobite posted:
Correct deflection in floor - hybeam joists

Thanks for your assistance with this. Would you recommend "sistering" the joists with the new beams, or placing the new joists in between the existing ones (bring the spacing down…

7 months7 monthsJacobiteJacobite posted:
Correct deflection in floor - hybeam joists

The span is approximatey 3.6 metres, which appears to be within the allowable range. Again, the deflection is minimal, however I do want to correct it and simply need to…

7 months7 monthsJacobiteJacobite posted:
Correct deflection in floor - hybeam joists

My home is about 12 years old and was built on bearers and joists. The downstairs (subfloor) joists are HJ200-47 hybeams, with yellow tongue flooring and genuine, polished T&G hardwood…

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