Brick Wall Removal

Discussion in 'Engineers' Talk' started by Wendy Elizabeth Cranstoun, May 2, 2021.

  1. We have a house built in 1880. Bathroom extended at some point. Appears to be double brick wall with large gap between which may/may not have been the original external wall. Bathroom being refurbished and want to take down one brick wall where brick are loose. having removed the loose ones we can see the picture attached. Do you think that the wall we want to remove is load bearing? The picture show the extension roof supported by the back wall rather than the facing wall along with the main roof and floor above. But there are very large bricks now exposed from the original roof. Any thoughts

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    I would suggest it is a load bearing wall and needs those bricks returned but others will have a better idea like pink Floyd..

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