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Wornout 01-22-2010 05:10 PM

Move a wall
 
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I have a problem with this wall angleing too far into my kitchen.
When it was built they did not leave enough room for a side by side fridge.
Its 3-4 inches to narrow. I want to move the wall out to be in a straight line with the hallway.
It will leave enough room for a small broom closet next to the fridge.
Behind this angled wall, there is the master bedroom closet and the kitchen.
I want to leave it there and attach the new wall to it, if that makes any sence. The wall would stop at the end of the broom closet. See pics please.
Any suggestions on how to procede?


Wornout 01-22-2010 05:10 PM

Move a wall
 
3 Attachment(s)

I have a problem with this wall angleing too far into my kitchen.
When it was built they did not leave enough room for a side by side fridge.
Its 3-4 inches to narrow. I want to move the wall out to be in a straight line with the hallway.
It will leave enough room for a small broom closet next to the fridge.
Behind this angled wall, there is the master bedroom closet and the kitchen.
I want to leave it there and attach the new wall to it, if that makes any sence. The wall would stop at the end of the broom closet. See pics please.
Any suggestions on how to procede?


Wornout 01-22-2010 05:10 PM

Move a wall
 
3 Attachment(s)

I have a problem with this wall angleing too far into my kitchen.
When it was built they did not leave enough room for a side by side fridge.
Its 3-4 inches to narrow. I want to move the wall out to be in a straight line with the hallway.
It will leave enough room for a small broom closet next to the fridge.
Behind this angled wall, there is the master bedroom closet and the kitchen.
I want to leave it there and attach the new wall to it, if that makes any sence. The wall would stop at the end of the broom closet. See pics please.
Any suggestions on how to procede?


Wornout 01-23-2010 07:02 PM

picture
 
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here is the pic of the fridge. see that it is wedged against the wall. I cant make a recess in the wall. It would not allow me to open the freezer door.



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