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replacing wood support beam with steel?


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replacing wood support beam with steel?


Other option: Attach wider LVL's to each side. Use adhesive and carriage bolts to 'sandwich' the existing beam.

One step up: Do the same thing but use long steel plates on each side to sandwich it ....
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