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    Default Separating Wall into Bearing & Non Bearing

    Is it possible to make a composite wall that can be broken into "bearing and non bearing" components. I have a 8" CMU wall that is "load bearing" with EIFS and a lower 4" face brick. I do not want the EIFS nor the brick to display in my structural views. However I need to maintain the composite wall for my architectural views.

    Do I have to create separate walls i.e. CMU wall and then an EIFS wall with a brick sweep
    to achieve this.

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    Dick Barath

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    Default Re: Separating Wall into Bearing & Non Bearing

    ...not as one wall

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    Default Re: Separating Wall into Bearing & Non Bearing

    Thanks Aaron - will pursue from another angle then.

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