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Built in wardrobes need removing, do i need a handyman or another tradesman?
The previous owner of our house was a builder and has put in these handmade built in wardrobes. I can't find any screws or way of attaching them to the wall/floor and have no idea how to remove them. The only thing I can think of is take a sledgehammer to them, but my concern is damaging the wall behind them. would a general handyman be able to this or would I need a qualified tradesmen. If so which one? x
Hi, a handyman will do, or ask a friend or neighbour, fixing are there might be behind the back or up above keep looking your find them , dont take sledge just make more work good luck colin. Just been thinking start bye takening doors of, then gently knock out any shelfs,then remove front , things should be easer to see good luck col.
Answered 13th Apr 2012
it will probably be fixed with angle brackets from above and behind any cover panels probably falls under a joiner but doesnt seem like enough work for a joiner to take on and its not worth paying the 15 an hour joiners rate get a friend to do it
Answered 10th Aug 2012
Handyman off here - safest bet - insured if anything goes amiss!
Shouldn't charge a fortune.
Answered 26th May 2013
Handyman or a furniture maker/fitted, there will be fixings somewhere and once found the wardrobes will come out with ease
Answered 8th Nov 2018