Best way to remove "new construction" recessed light cans

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Re: Best way to remove "new construction" recessed light cans

Postby Bob Francis » Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:52 am

Clay Schaeffer wrote:Shoji panels might be cool to make.


Oh yeah!
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Re: Best way to remove "new construction" recessed light cans

Postby Eric Baack » Thu Sep 05, 2019 9:09 am

late to the party....

Nothing a big hammer and a sawzall can't fix ;)
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Re: Best way to remove "new construction" recessed light cans

Postby Bryan Bear » Thu Sep 05, 2019 11:10 am

Shoji panels would be awesome! Thanks for the idea. I fear I might end up with a new hobby though <G>

There is still much to do on the house before I turn my attention to the shop; I'm still in the planning stages. For now, I have arranged things in roughly the positions I think I will want them but nothing is unpacked. I moved some drawer cabinets (that were in the house when we moved in) to the area where the wall was gong to go and I kind of like it. I may end up keeping them there and add a counter top. This would give me about 7 feet of new horizontal space, the couch would back up to the back side but still leave a nice pass through to the small "living area" on both sides while making it feel separate. I would be able to see the TV from my workbench (albeit from a large distance). I'm not sure if that is a good or bad thing.
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