I find I have a house with TOO small of frig opening and newer cabinets installed in the 70's The LAST 3" of cabinets UNDER countertop is a filler board. SO,,,,,, thought cutting that 3 inches off and using THAT filler board to move top cabinets over 3 inches toward window would give me a 36 " hole. (ALSO going to move uppers 'up' 2 inches for taller friges these days)
Asked at Menards and they never heard of an electric flush cut saw,,do they make those?? Okay I will defer to YOU 'experts',,,what is the best and most efficient tool to cut this laminate counter with back splash attached off in place?? Straightest?? Least chips?? MOST professional looking??? Something I can reach back corner with??
Which tool would cause LEAST chipping?? circle saw? jigsaw? sawsall? Other?
Any other tips I forgot?? Thanks in advance!!!