Calling out to those with a little more knowledge about building construction and floor load bearing than myself. I just bought a house and want to set up a 75 gallon tank on my main floor. The location will be in a spare bedroom that we are using for an office. The wall I want to set it up against is an exterior wall and will be so that the floor joists are perpendicular to the tank. Mine and my fiance's house was built in 2013 with engineered (particle board, yay.... not a firefighter's first pick, but you get what you can get!) floor joists. I'm not sure how wide they are off the top of my head. Regardless, will the floor have any issues holding the tank?