The cabinets in our kitchen were installed just prior to us moving into the house. The cabinet above the fridge is deeper than the other cabinets so that it protrudes over the fridge. This would be fine if they had also used an end panel to enclose the fridge. Installing an end panel is not an option as the counter top and backsplash would not allow it to lay flush.
So, I want to either alter the depth of the cabinet to be flush with the other cabinets or simply replace the cabinet. Considering that a new cabinet would be in the $150 price range, would it even be worth it to try to alter the existing one?
Would I need to disassemble the whole cabinet and cut the boards individually or would it be possible to use a sawzall or something else to shallow out the cabinet before reassembling the back panel.