Removing an interior wall

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Posted by: from Newmarket
6/13/2016 at 9:53:46 AM

I would like to get an estimate for removing a small interior wall with the size 64" X 83" as attached picture.

Removing an interior wall
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Date/Time6/13/2016 at 10:15:26 AM

This wall is not just an interior wall? It looks like a load bearing wall and someone who is qualified has to come over to your place to evaluated

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Steve from Proka in Montreal
Date/Time6/13/2016 at 10:36:34 AM

That small wall looks like a bigger job than you think. There is a small chance it's not load bearing, and you will need hvac work there to properly move your heat return, and I see a plug at least on 1 side electrical also needs to be addressed.

I strongly recommend you call someone who knows what they're doing for an estimate.

Good luck

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Enrique from EZ Home Improvement in Edmonton
Date/Time6/13/2016 at 12:56:45 PM

You may need a contractor who can get an structural engineer to get permit from city, you may need electrical work and HVAC also. Yep that job is not small. ...

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