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Use a reciprocating saw to cut the countertop and then just pull it out.
Note: A reciprocating saw will even cut through screws!
Be sure and disconnect all of the plumbing before removing the sink.
To release the vent from the cabinets, remove the screws. Snip the loose wires. When you snip the wires, make sure the power is turned off!
Then, use a pry bar and hammer to release the connected backsplash from the wall.
A suspended ceiling grid with long pieces of T-channel run the length of the ceiling with short cross pieces (Image 1).
With a hammer bust out the short pieces and then clip the wire holding the long channels (Image 2). Unscrew the side angles along the sides of the ceiling.
Turn off the power. Disconnect the wires for your light fixtures. Use a pry bar to remove the trim around the lights.
To remove the carpet, score it down the center and across the middle using a sharp utility knife for easy, clean cuts. After the carpet is loosened, roll it up.
Use a pry bar to remove the trim from around the windows.
Unscrew and take off the doors and cabinet boxes.