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How To Remove Built In Cabinets-Welcome to Garden Fork. Today we’re in an empty apartment. and the clients wanna renovate their kitchen. So I’m gonna take the kitchen apart for them. This is really quite simple to do. It doesn’t take long. You can get out some of your aggression with it perhaps. But basically we’re gonna take down the upper cabinets,. we’re gonna take out the lower cabinets,. we’re gonna take out the stove and the sink. Then you’re done.
Most cabinets are just held in by drywall screws. If you open up the cabinet here,. there’s screw across the top. Sometimes there are screws across the bottom as well. You’d be surprised at what you will find. when you take apart old kitchens. as to how they put them up. Sometimes they just drove them into drywall. But basically we’re gonna take these out. to take the cabinet off. (drilling).
Now, these upper cabinets,. I threw this cabinet down here,. because of this thing’s gonna fall off the wall, okay. Oh, and sometimes the cabinets. are screwed together as well. So. somewhere in here,. (knocking) is a screw. There you go. It’s out. So we have to take out the range hood. and it is hardwired into your circuit breaker box. So turn on the light of the fan,. go to your circuit breaker box. and start turning stuff off. And now we’re gonna unwire this.
So you’ve disconnected the wires. which are kinda a pain to do. and then the screws are gonna be encrusted with dirt. (demolition noise). Nice, huh. So these are the wires for the range hood. Put these wire nuts back on there,. so no one gets hurt. (drilling). (demolition noise). Oh, this one’s screwed in. (demolition noise). – [Cameraman] Impressive. – Hope they don’t (chuckles) want to use this stove again?. There you go. Next, you gonna want to take out the stove.
This a gas stove. There’s a flexible gas line behind here. with a valve and you want to pull this out,. turn the valve off and then disconnect the pipe. (grinding noise). There’s the valve. Turn that off. Right, this just pulls out, you slide it,. (sliding sound) and put it out for your appliance to recycle. Countertops are screwed from underneath. inside the cabinets. So you gotta do some detective work,. because whoever put this in,. didn’t think like you and I, right?. But I unscrewed everything. In theory, this will slide right out. Except they put a screw all the way in the back. (shuffling sound). Thank you, kitchen installer. (demolition noise). Liquid nails. (demolition noise). I pulled out the obvious screws.
Oh, look,. and it comes apart. These make great bases for workbenches in your shop. If you get a cheap door from the home groom store,. a couple of cabinets, a workbench. Boom. You’re done. Time to disconnect the plumbing which is down here. Turn off those valves or move those pipes. Make sure your water is turned off. Here you go. Dishwashers are easy. Disconnect the supply line and the drain line. There is two little tangents here. that screw up into the countertop.
Take that out. And this comes right out. in a perfect world. Some older dishwashers are hardwired. into the bottom of the dishwasher here. Make sure the circuit breaker is turned off. before you disconnect this. The newer ones are just plugged in somewhere. (demolition noise). (hammering). (demolition noise). (tiles breaking). (demolition noise). Very cathartic, this kinda works. This wasn’t the most delicate way to get this. cabinet off the plumbing, but it worked. (crushing noise). Hi. There you go. That’s how to take apart a kitchen.
Make sure the electricity is turned off. Make sure your water is turned off. Be very careful on those things. If you’re not comfortable with that,. get an electrician or plumber to do that part. But taking that part apart is fine. Hammer, sledgehammer, crowbar, you. Alright, if you like what we’re doing here,. you give us a thumbs up down here. or do a, what’s that thing called?. Subscribe. You can subscribe to one of the buttons here. and also we put the stuff out every week. We also have an email newsletter. There’s information below for the email newsletter. We have other kitchen renovation videos as well. There’s a link below for other how-to and DIY stuff. I’ll see you later.
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