Removable wall


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Old 02-21-13, 06:45 PM
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Removable wall

I want to finish our laundry room in drywall. However, there are pipes that would have to be covered up. Looking for something that could be removable, like an access the height of the wall and several ft wide. This section would be in the middle of the drywall. Any ideas?

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Old 02-21-13, 07:01 PM
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Are you talking from floor to ceiling or an access door like in the link below.

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Old 02-21-13, 07:33 PM
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Not an advertisement, or endorsement in any way, as I have no experience with this product. But your question made me think of it. Owens Corning From what I understand, it still allows you to access everything behind the wall. Although, it does not appear to be a DIY solution.
 
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Old 02-22-13, 04:47 AM
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Floor to ceiling, not interested in the Owens Corning idea, want it to blend in with the drywall, somewhat
 
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Maybe a set of tall cabinet type doors ??
 
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Old 02-22-13, 06:13 AM
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Removable Wall

Install 1/4 in plywood with screws. Leave the screw heads exposed so you can find them when you want to remove the panel(s).
 
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Old 02-22-13, 07:48 AM
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Normally pipes are just walled in. Why would you expect to need access to the pipes?
 
 

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