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Old 08-22-2011, 08:02 AM   #11
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You should be fine. But knowing the joist direction could be helpful, but in a newer building you shouldn't have to worry. Our house was built in 1905 and we got it as a foreclosed house that had been 3 apts. Knock on wood we haven't had any problems. It's old style hardwood ( no sub floor etc) but they are all across joists to distribute weight. 1 St floor we have a 140 in foyer, 90 and 20 in living room and 125 in dining room.
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