Kitchen Remodel Series
During deconstruction: These two walls couldn't be knocked down, so we later sealed up the passageway on the left wall near the corner, turning this area into the main walls of the new kitchen. Note the black pipe running vertically in the passageway—this is the vent installed to run from the new kitchen sink up and out through the roof. The large silver area on the right wall is the duct for the fan in the microwave oven, which also vents up and out through the roof.
Same walls, with drywall nailed up and before taping and texturing.
Same walls with early stages of cabinetry partially installed. Note the duct on right wall is a heating duct from the original central heat/AC system.
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Part 5: From Demolition to Drywall
FoodWine's Kitchen Remodel Series
(with Survival Recipes)
- 1/27/01 Introduction, PLUS: Remodelers' Survival Recipes, Phase 1
- 2/03/01 Part 1: Recipe for a Remodel
- 2/10/01 Part 2: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Remodeling 101
- 2/17/01 Part 3: Major Appliances: The Ultimate Power Tools
- 2/24/01 Part 4: Experts from Heaven—and from Hell
- 3/03/01 Part 5: Demolition to Drywall + Survival Recipes, Phase 2
- 3/10/01 Part 6: Cabinets Arrive: The Fun Begins!
- 3/17/01 Part 7: Countertops: It's a Material World+Survival Recipes, Phase 3
- 3/24/01 Part 8: From Floor to Finish
- 3/31/01 Part 9: The Kitchen is Served: The Cook's Final Tips
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