Re: Removing Laminate Counters & Backsplash
I'd just cut the caulk lines along the counter top and wall then pry it off. It is likely glued to the wall with construction adhesive or dabs of caulk, either will result in damage to the surface of the drywall. When you pry, do it where you know there is a stud in the wall so that you don't break through the drywall. you'll still likely dent the wallboard some, but dents aren't a big problem. If you pop holes I'd recommend patching them, even though they'll be covered by the granite because it's just the right thing to do.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!