cutting hole for vent pipes


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Old 05-29-03, 08:00 AM
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cutting hole for vent pipes

I need to make two 4-inch holes in my kitchen walls for the dryer vent pipe and the vent hood pipe. Right now I have the drywall off and am down to just the studs and outer walls. I am not sure how many layers of siding are on my house--it is old. What is the best way to cut these holes? Should I use a saber saw?

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Catherine
 
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Old 05-29-03, 08:24 PM
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Hi Catherine.

Could go with the saw-saw, but I'd use a 4" hole saw with your electric drill, it'll give you a cleaner hole.

Basically it's a round saw blade that will fit on a 1/4" driver for your elec. drill, can pick one up at the big box joints or your local hardware store.

Good luck.
 
 

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