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Question DetailsAsked on 8/14/2017

how to remove a fireplace from the back of the wall and leave everything intact on the front side. is this possible

The fireplace is on an interior wall. I want to remove it from the kitchen wall and build a pantry in the kitchen using the space where the fireplace was. Is this possible?

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Depends - contractor or architect (if using an architect for the remodel design) would have to look at it and probably pull away the facing trim. If a metal fireplace maybe so - if brick or stone likely not. And of course, whether wall is load-bearing or not matters a lot.


And of course, if stone or brick, you have the chimney to take care of too, so a general contractor would have to repair holes in that wall and the ceiling and the roof as well.

Answered 10 months ago by LCD




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