I'm removing a load bearing wall dividing the kitchen and dining room apart... it's about 9ish feet long. I actually know someone who used to be a general contractor whose going to help me with this.
But I was just wondering... and please just a simply no or yes will do.
It's a single story house in Florida, will no basement on concrete slab with no crawlspace...
I know we have to put a temp wall support up, but I saw a drywall lift and thought... hmmm, wonder if that could act as a temp wall support. And I only thought this because it's just a short wall and we are not taking the "whole" thing down. The wall in question has a doorway and I'm keeping the doorway in the wall. I guess we are just making a huge doorway about 6 feet long essentially.
Anyways, could someone use a drywall lift as a temp wall support if the job was small enough?