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We are trying to figure out the process for removing floor to ceiling wood paneling when there is a hot water heat pipes along the bottom. Is this an extensive project? Something you have to hire out for? Expensive? We aren't sure what's behind the wood paneling -- could be drywall or studs. Thanks for any insight!
 

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Post a pic of your baseboard heat. thank you.

If it is baseboard heat, it needs to be taken apart and the housing unscrewed from the wood paneling, then the paneling should slide out from behind the baseboard heating housing.

Pretty straight forward. Be careful not to puncture any pipes and you should be good to go. You can hire out if you don't feel comfortable taking apart the baseboard heat.


You can google and watch a couple step by step utube videos showing how to do this.
 

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Post a pic of your baseboard heat. thank you.

If it is baseboard heat, it needs to be taken apart and the housing unscrewed from the wood paneling, then the paneling should slide out from behind the baseboard heating housing.

Pretty straight forward. Be careful not to puncture any pipes and you should be good to go. You can hire out if you don't feel comfortable taking apart the baseboard heat.


You can google and watch a couple step by step utube videos showing how to do this.
I'll take a photo and share it soon. I was worried we were going to have to drain and cut the baseboard heat -- which would be more intensive than we were hoping.
 
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