Reducing Size of Serving Hatch for new Kitchen


Postby guyjoseph » Wed Jul 05, 2017 10:28 pm

Hi

I have a serving hatch between my kitchen and lounge, and I am shortly going to fit a new kitchen.

The wall units are slightly wider, so I would like to narrow the serving hatch by about 6" on one side. I am wondering the best way to go about doing this.

I will build a frame and then cover it, but not sure what is best to cover it with - plywood or plasterboard? Also, the end would need covering too, as I cannot get timber that is the same width as the hatch, so what is the best way about this?

I can provide some photos if they would be helpful!
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