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as you head left, the floor will turn and dump you if you're not care- ful, so slide or dash to get through. climb the next ladder and deal with more of the same enemies. climb yet another ladder and you'll have to cross some more of the floors that drop you while dealing with some sniper joes. make it to the top and head right to reach a gate.
find the beam at the other end of this platform and jump from it into a wall run for a seed, then onto a slide (418/540). swing to the beam and then climb up the wall from that beam to get another seed (419/540). now, from the same beam, climb up and then jump from the wall to the other. climb up, jump again.
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in timber suspended floors, its placement is more complicated, but there are many practicable solutions. underfloor heating. with solid and beam and block floors, underfloor heating pipes can quite easily be accommodated within a screed.
i'm trying to gauge if it's better to get a suspended concrete beam and block floor in my kitchen or a traditional suspended timber floor. i currently have a suspended timber floor approx 0.6m above a clspace in my kitchen (dimensions are 5m x 3m approx, joists run across the 3m span).
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in this article we will be focusing on the suspended concrete floor, particularly beam and block floors. the suspended floor does not rely on support from the ground below but instead is supported by the external walls, and therefore the foundations below.
suspended timber floor or suspended concrete beam and block . i'm trying to gauge if it's better to get a suspended concrete beam and block floor in my kitchen or a traditional suspended timber floor. i currently have a suspended timber floor approx 0.6m above a clspace in my kitchen dimensions are 5m x 3m approx, joists run across the 3m span .