I'm remodeling my kitchen, currently there is a wall seperating the kitchen from the living room. Currently the HVAC comes down that wall - 2 seperate ducts - one with a register pointing into the kitchen and one point into the living room.
In my reconfiguration of the wall, i need to lose one of the duct lines coming down. My thought was to have one duct line come down and have a "T' end that would allow for a register on each side of the new wall - one into the living room, one into the kitchen. (So without the register covers on you could see right into the other room.)
Does this seem reasonable, and can a "T" be found in stock at stores, or is this a custom part? Or am i going in completely the wrong direction? Other ways to do it worth considering?
Also any insight to the best way to close of the hole that will be left behind by removing one duct?
Any insight woud be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance!