Basement Renovation

Putting in LVL Beams All through a Household Rework





To study additional check out LVL beams are accessible in smaller sized measurements that can …

supply

26 comments

  1. As informative as this video is, it lacks crucial information that WILL put structures/people in danger. 1. You can't just place your temp wall ANYWHERE. 2. You can't just put bearing posts ANYWHERE. This is NOT common knowledge among DIYer's and everything you did here needs to be prefaced with info/heads-up regarding those two things.

    Reply
  2. Would it be possible to tell us what size did you use? And how much load can it take?

    Reply
  3. What if you have a super large open space. How/ can you connect two lvls together? Newbie here

    Reply
  4. thank you so much. clear understanding.

    Reply
  5. Hi fellows. I think you need to take some time and take a fast tour on Stodoys to learn how to make it.

    Reply
  6. This guy is badass but i might b a decade younger i dud this but i dont use my drill bht for cabinetry i mean impact drills w t25 screws r the best

    Reply
  7. What about hangars is any size hurricane clip ok to use to brace the lvl to the floor joists

    Reply
  8. Please wear hearing protection and safety glasses when using a circular saw. Hearing loss is permanent and lost over time.

    Ask yourself would I let children do this task without proper personal protection? Thank you, great video.

    Reply
  9. Great video. You didnt mention needing upgraded footings ?

    Reply
  10. Thank you for detailing.

    Reply
  11. 6inch screws should of been screwed prier removing support wall ๐Ÿค”

    Reply
  12. Come on

    Reply
  13. Great video. Quick question. With regards to the post you inserted to hold the lvl, are those aged lumber?

    Reply
  14. what does LVL mean?

    Reply
  15. Thank you, very clear explanation. Why didn't you use nails to hold the beam together?

    Reply
  16. Would you be able to say what the span was? And what kind of screws you were using to join the LVLs together after they were placed?

    Reply
  17. As a handyman, I would like to see an explanation to the viewers about point loads and their importance

    Reply
  18. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘nice job thanks is professional job no goofy job…

    Reply
  19. should have recess that header and I think trying to get people to buy this over steel and pay more but u don't need LRL you can use regular timber 10" or 12' high is enough.

    Reply
  20. Isnโ€™t 4 of those overkill?

    Reply
  21. This man is an expert you can tell when some knows what heโ€™s doing. Great job.

    Reply
  22. This has been quite a day

    Reply
  23. you work with your wedding ring on?

    Reply
  24. Is there a formula for the thickness of the beam related to the span of the opening?

    Reply
  25. What is the spam of that beam and thickness >>?? lmk thanks

    Reply
  26. This dude really likes his jaunty hat

    Reply

Have your say