Joist & Hanger Recommendations for Garage

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Leofric

Good.
p.s. I did say in post 4 you could get the metalwork from Toolstation ! :)
 
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All set!
 

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Just a thought but what are the minimum centres spacing for the expanding bolts you are using compared with the hole spacing in the joist hanger ?
 
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No idea. :-/

They are going into engineering bricks which will be a bugger to drill. I'll check the specs. Cheers.
 
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Why do you think your bricks are hollow ? If they are they are not suitable for expanding bolts anyway. I was thinking of the distance between holes in the joist hangers you have chosen . If you have the packet the bolts came in it should give the minimum edge distance and spacing between bolts. I avoided drilling into my half brick thick garage wall but I had block piers.
 
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Job done and I only fell off the ladder twice. Those chemical fixings are fab!!!
 

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