Block Wall Demolition

Project: Kitchen Remodel, Episode 5, Part 3

Bob and stucco contractor Angelo Dattini choose from a variety of possible stucco finishes for the new exterior walls. Then, Bob takes a tour of a William Randolph Hearst treasure: an ancient Spanish monastery, transported stone-by-stone from Spain to Miami. Back on site, Bob and Ed demolish the old interior walls.
Part 1: Mixing Stucco
Part 2: Tour of William Randolph Hearst's Spanish Monestary
Part 3: Block Wall Demolition
Bob and contractor Ed Weller meet to demolish a block wall in order to open up the room for remodeling. An electrician has disconnected the area's wiring and an exposed beam is chiselled away. The block wall comes down with a few strokes and the rubble is removed.
This project features the remodeling and expansion of the kitchen and family room of a 15-year-old suburban Miami tract house. Innovative and fun projects include walls built using insulated concrete forms, stucco application, and glass block walls.

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