Is a Wall Built from Breeze Blocks a Load Bearing Wall?

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Concrete block, when reinforced with concrete columns and tie beams, is a very common building material for the load-bearing walls of buildings. The Wicks range of Bricks and Blocks includes breeze blocks and bricks of various densities and styles including common engineering and facing bricks.
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1. Mark out the area of the wall to be removed. If possible, mark out both sides of the wall, making sure that cuts will occur at the same point on both sides. 2. Build a ceiling
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with the little info you gave I can say this,I used a live load of 5 KPa since I don't know your loads from your roof etc.so using a 178x102 RSJ should suffice without deflecting
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