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I'm putting up new drywall in my 94 Dutch, and am fortunate enough that I can simply unscrew the section of wall behind my tub (this wall is shared with a walk-in closet) and put up new greenboard behind it, then put the wall back into place. Just wanted to make sure I'm not dealing with anything that's load bearing. My assumption is that only the exterior and marriage walls are load bearing. Is this a safe assumption? - Bill
most walls that run parallel with the roof trusses are not under a truss...the loads that are put on exterior and marriage walls are greater than an interior wall ...however interior walls that are perpendicular to the trusses does carry less load ...but is load bearing to one extent or another
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