Removing wood paneling to fix pipe?
The supply pipe to our outside faucet is broken because it appears to be leaking. The best way to it appears to be the wood paneling in our living room. It's pretty paneling though. It's big sheets of wood (solid not with grooves) and then it has trim on the sides, top, bottom and through the middle. We're trying to think of the best way to get to the pipe. We're thinking that if it will work it's best to cut an entire square of the paneling out to get to the pipe. Are there any tips for getting paneling off a wall in the least harmful manner so that we can put it back up?