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Old 04-04-2018, 10:18 AM   #1
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2015 chateau 28f with a corner booth set up for dinning. Under it is part of the furnace. We want to remove and make way for small couch of some other type of chairs. Any ideals are very welcome
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Not sure what 'dinning' is, but if you want a flat floor, you'll have to remove your furnace.

You could build up a platform level with the furnace top for your 'small couch' or relocate the furnace to a new spot. (not a small job with all the ducts) If the platform height isn't too high, perhaps taking the feet off the couch would make it a proper sitting level without your feet dangling.
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Thanks for the help, we have seen rv couchs online, I do think its very doable.
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Many couches have sufficient room underneath to straddle that furnace hump.
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