in energy bills because they are 30 percent more efficient and use 50 percent less water. Its just an easy solution to solve an very ugly eyesore. The board at the bottom of the frame, farthest away from the clamps, isnt attached its just there to hold the legs apart until the glue dries. If you have a washing machine in your home, you probably have one of these too. I forgot to take a photo of this step, but you should be able to easily understand.
Measure the distance of the item (pipe, electrical box, etc.) that protrudes the farthest and then add another half an inch. The wall behind your washer and dryer likely will have large expanses that can be covered with full sections of the 8-foot tall framework. Considering the measurements of your box, cut two 14 boards that will be the finished height (sides) of the frame. Butting these vertical studs are two horizontal studs, one at the top and one at the bottom.
Even normal interior walls that are not load-bearing do have some structural properties-and the false wall has even less than that. This picture was taken before I completed my laundry room makeover. Place the box on top of the brackets and lift the cover to be able to attach the box to the L brackets. This board will be the top of the frame and needs to be long enough to go all the way across the opening and both of the side boards. Then gather these supplies: 1 1 x 4 Board The board should be at least as long as the total of the height of both sides of the box plus the width of the box. Wood screws 4 Clamps, spray paint color of your choice (not shown). Simple shower stall (2). Click, hERE to see more of my new laundry room!