How to Jack up a Sagging Floor?

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To jack up a sagging floor you will need two 4 by 6 beams. You will place the first one under the joists. You will place the second one on the floor. You will start by placing the jack between the two beams. See the link for more detailed instructions. www.ehow.com
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How to Jack Up a Sagging Floor
No one enjoys walking through a house and feeling the floor dip as if walking on the ocean. Besides being an annoyance, a sagging floor is a sign of a poor structure. The floor joists are either warping or settling because of time and use. Jacking up the... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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To jack up a sagging floor you will need safety goggles, some work gloves, a mask, a hammer, a reciprocating saw, a jack, and a measuring tape.
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