The wall removal – Part I

Saturday began with a trip to KitchensUBuild to pay the deposit and sign off on the measurements – so should be 4 weeks to pick up of the new flat pack Kitchen (Oh, did I mention we are assembling it ourselves – with help from Peter of course).

Only probably the 50th issue we have come across so far – I ask Coreen, “Do you think it would be OK to have the free standing oven installed prior to installing the cabinetry around it?” to which she responds “well, law stipulates that you must have access to a tap on the gas line fitted close to the oven. So it may have to go into an adjacent cupboard”

“That is great”, we both think to ourselves as we are walking out of the store. We have pull out drawers on both sides of the oven, and really don’t want to install the gas line through those cupboards. My latest thought is, hopefully givenĀ  it is free standing the tap can be floor mounted below the oven.

OK, time to see what is behind door number 1. Nothing much more satisfying that a bit of demolition. With help from Neil -the plaster begins to come off. So the rest of Saturday was spent removing plaster and Vacuuming.

Exhaust fan

Dining room wall showing wall plate

Dining room wall

Dining room wall

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