Modifying a wall, create opening
that what were thinking of doing
I hope i explain this right
i was thinking of tearing a kitchen wall down
the wall that has a door that goes in to the basement, there is about 3 foot of space there is a wall there.so, i would not have to rebuild the wall I think the unused space between the kitchen wall and the bedroom wall would really
open my kitchen up. it about 140 by 140 right now that not counting the space taken away by the cabinets
140 by 140 completely empty
this load bearing thing has me stumped
hubby dont think it load bearing wall
would i have to get a permit to just knock the wall down,move the basement stairs and doorway
I am probably not explaining this right
that would give me about 3 by 11 more space in my kitchen
do you think that space would be worth it to take the wall out and build the floor
right now my kitchen is not really big enough for a table and we don't have a dining room
maybe i should take a pic of the space and you understand the space better
im probably not explaining it right
Do you know if the wall is a load bearing wall ?
Removing the wall & relocating the stairs would require a permit
Stairs have very specifc codes that must be met
Where are you located ?
The kitchen is 140 x140....inches ?
1 story or 2 story house?
A pic would help
well i mesarued from the cabients to the the other wall 122 inches
and it about the same the in length
two story, very high celing basement not finished
when you open kitchen door to go in to the basement, when you first open the door there a small foyer i would call it, immede left and , and when you walk down the stairs it likes a tunnel with the bedroom wall and kitchen wall, the stairs are
in the middle very very steep, they need to be redone
not sure about requriement in tn lol
the tunnel has a celing that is flush with the kitchen celing tunnel is problay not a good word,
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