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Re: what type of deck [Re: E.H.Carpentry] #10881 04/01/07 09:33 PM
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Garage parking.
I came in towards the tail end of that job so I couldn't speak to the nuances of the floor other than to say it needed to hold up cars.


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Re: what type of deck [Re: RCBerry] #10883 04/01/07 09:48 PM
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Originally Posted By: RCBerry
Garage parking.
I came in towards the tail end of that job so I couldn't speak to the nuances of the floor other than to say it needed to hold up cars.


There must have been a lot of post to hold up that floor!!! Seems like a concrete structure would have been better suited. Then a TF from the main floor up.

Re: what type of deck [Re: E.H.Carpentry] #10886 04/01/07 10:15 PM
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Steel I-beams.
I don't remember seeing any posts at all but it was several years ago so I could be wrong.

The dive under part was all concrete and steel....the timber frame was above that.


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