# I would like to take out a 10 ft section of interior supporting wall. I am curious what size beam I will need? Right now, there is normal size walkway through the wall. The kitchen on one side of wall is 14x14 and other room on other side is also 14x14. The wall I'm trying to remove is on main floor. There is a full basement below. In the basement, right below wall I'd like to remove, is what appears to be an i-beam. There is also a second floor above the wall that has a bathroom and bedroom above it. And the roof above that. I live in Chambersburg, Pa.

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