Removing Kitchen counter assembly
I need some advice on removing the kitchen counter assembly to get access to the furnace ducts and carpet. I have been in a continual process of modifying our 2001 Excella 30' because of my wife's toxic sensitivity to synthetic materials such as fabrics and padding. I have already replaced all the furniture with solid wood and removed the exposed carpet, wall and ceiling covering, and curtains. It is still not "clean" enough so I want to remove the carpet under the cabinet and while it is apart replace the plastic furnace ducts with metal ducts. Removing the cabinet looks like a fairly straightforward process. I hope someone that has done it can help make sure I don't get in over my head. It looks like I remove the microwave, remove the gas cook top, disconnect the sinks, remove the screws holding the cabinet to the floor and side wall, and just lift it out. Am I missing anything? It appears the corian is not attached to the side wall. Is it safe to leave the corian attached to the cabinet structure and leave the sinks attached to the corian during the removal and replacement?
Thanks for all assistance.