Forum Title: Non Pro With Questions Pt 2
Client wants this: A four foot long counter top (formica) to join the existing one in their mailroom. Someone from yahoo stated that Home Depot makes them to your measurements...True? I will need to remove at least one cleat that was being used for a shelf or place to attach coat hooks. It happens to be joined to the wall with liquid nails. The reason it needs to come off wall is fact that I will be installing the type of shelving that is supported by metal tracks on the wall. I don't think client wants to get so far into it as to hire a drywaller to fix wall up (pretty again like) when I have removed cleat. Is their a nice way to get that cleat off wall with minimum damage? Thank you Pro's.
Category: General Contractor Post By: RUTH THOMPSON (St. George, UT), 03/04/2018

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