|Posted by hj on August 10, 2001 at 23:02:00:|
|In response to Re: Replacing dishwasher|
If you remove the floor under the dishwasher and do not replace it with something, then the dishwasher is going to be very difficult to remove in the future, since it will be in a hole.
: When our house was built, the wood veneer floor was laid under the dishwasher. The dishwasher leaked, and the wood flooring is warped. There is a concrete slab under all of this. We want to replace the dishwasher, and want someone to cut out the warped flooring to just the front legs of the dishwasher. The plumber does not want to mess with the floor, any suggestions on who I might get to remove the old dishwasher, cut and remove the bad floor, and install the new dishwasher?
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