I want to put a dishwasher in my 1930 kitchen. Unfortunately, the old
are quite shallow. The distance from the wall surface to the cabinet face is
I could probably get another 3/4" or so by removing the lath and plaster
Any suggestions for a modern dishwasher that might be a reasonable fit here?
I'm confronted by the same situation and just now looking at the
I've looked at narrow d/w's & their capacity is pretty sad. :(
Lath & plaster removed back to the studs will give you another 7/8".
You can get an additional few inches by reworking the
1. remove some of the stud depth & sister some 2x's flat
2. remove one or two studs, install a header & a couple jack studs.
depending on your local climate you might be asking for some freezing
issues unless the wall or unit has at least some insulation
here are some "full size" units withless than 23" depth.
again, not many cheap ones but at least they exist
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