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Ex-web developer using C#. Nowadays I develop iPhone applications.

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comment How do I determine if a wall is load bearing?
@DMoore: We live in the south. No basement :/
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comment How do I determine if a wall is load bearing?
I've been up in the attic, but I haven't gone all the way to the bathroom area since it's difficult to reach. I'll probably go up there just to double check, but what would I be looking for when removing more drywall? Should I be removing some of the ceiling drywall, or just from the wall? Am I looking to see visible joists?
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comment How do I determine if a wall is load bearing?
@Edwin: This wall is a short (~3.5 feet) section of wall dividing the toilet area from the rest of the bathroom. As such, there are no windows or doors in this piece of wall (just a single electrical outlet).
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DMoore: So it's common for non load bearing walls to be topped with multiple 2x4's? I'm referring to the ceiling joists. maple_shaft: That's good to know! Thank you both.
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