I recently bought a old house and all the doors are so narrow that it's impossible to get couches through them.
In order to get the furniture through, we had to take the door frames off and since they're off, we're thinking about widening the doors so that we don't have this problem in the furture. However, the question my dad and I have is this: The walls in this house are plaster, which my dad and I don't have much experience with. We want to get some opinions on the best way to widen these doors (just widen, no height involved if possible - they're plenty tall!) having plaster walls? The doors with their current frames were 28 inches across, without their frames they're 32 1/2 inches across. We want to widen them to about 38 inches or so.
Any ideas on what they best way is?
Thanks in advance!