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Posted: 24 Mar. 2018,21:53 QUOTE

want to build a dividing wall to support some floor joists so was going to use breeze blocks as I know them also called clinker blocks but I,ve been told you can,t get them anymore & I,ll haft to use those very heavy concrete blocks. is this right.
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Posted: 24 Mar. 2018,22:29 QUOTE

Yes. Do it proper

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Posted: 25 Mar. 2018,01:07 QUOTE

a load bearing wall should have a foundation
however we still get 3.6 newton blocks they are called fibolite or aglite blocks round these parts
should be OK for floor loading
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