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scipper
Granite Behind Slide In Range

Am changing from a slide-in to a free standing range. What is the best way to remove the 4" piece of grante that was behind my range? The granite is black so that makes it extra important for me to do the best job. It is seemed with grout and there is a piece of wood holding it up. Do I need a professional?

dj1
Re: Granite Behind Slide In Range

Why do you have to remove it?

HoustonRemodeler
Re: Granite Behind Slide In Range

If it is seamed at both ends, then;

1- Remove the wood
2- Using a right angle grinder and a dry diamond blade, cut out the granite
3- slide the new range in.

dj1
Re: Granite Behind Slide In Range
scipper wrote:

Am changing from a slide-in to a free standing range. What is the best way to remove the 4" piece of grante that was behind my range? The granite is black so that makes it extra important for me to do the best job. It is seemed with grout and there is a piece of wood holding it up. Do I need a professional?

OK, I assume that the 4" piece is IN FRONT of the range, and not as you wrote "behind" the range.

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