Hey guys - Dick submitted this question to ToolCrib.com. Do you have enough information based on what he said to give a good answer? If not let me know and we'll dig for more information from him.
Here's the question:
My ToolCrib.com buddy Adam (yes there are more of us shot this question at the LumberJock community. Their response thus far is:“I need to saw out the floor plate in a cold air return.
Normally, the entire space is cut out for the cold air to flow. However, my contractor only drilled a series of holes and now I need to saw out the wood between the holes. The drywall is installed on both sides so I must reach through the cold air register.
What type of saw would you suggest?
I was thinking a keyhole saw. Is there a power or air saw that is small enough to get within the 3.5 inch wall and cut out the wood?”
Check the post here if you want:"You may have to go the old fashion way, by using a hammer, & chisel."
We don't typically like to ask the same question in more than one forum, but in this case we thought a second opinion from the "family" would be helpful to our woebegone site visitor facing a potentially tedious job .