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Stripped plasterboard off old warped ceiling... the ceiling

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Stripped plasterboard off old warped ceiling... the ceiling joist are warped... the joist span is just under 7m and room length is 15m before I call out a structural engineer just wanted to know what size ceiling joists I could use or how to do it... so I have some sort of idea?
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Hi, my name is ***** ***** I have been in the home improvement and repair field for 20 years. I will be glad to help you today.

The process would be using the same size joists "sistered" to the existing joists. They would use a jack to first jack the floor up then add the supporting joists and bolt them together with the existing joists.

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