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Installation Guide Of A Built In Gas Gr

A built-in gas grill thought to be crown jewel of your backward patio, is the base of any good outdoor kitchen, and makes a great gathering place for a barbecue with friends and family on the weekend. This built in gas grill makes your outdoor kitchen complete as a whole.

Installing a built in gas grill is an easy job, but you have to consider a few things before buying and beginning its construction.

  • Think of the most suitable location- The place should be a safe distance away from your home as well as any dry, flammable or combustible materials, like wood logs or items in a shed.
  •  Choosing a Built In Gas Grill – Always pick such a model, which meets your budget and provides the features you need. When looking for a high-quality grill, you must think of the duration for which you would actually live in your present home.
  • Building an encasement - It is suggested always to build an encasement, so as to secure your grill and provide counter space for food preparation. It would make your outdoor kitchen area more permanent, sturdy and appealing to family and visitors. You can either create an enclosure from brick or masonry, or can use treated lumber and then cover it with floor tiles.
  • Leaving Space for Accessories – During the procedure of designing and building encasement, always leave some space for a natural gas hookup an LPG propane tank. Also pan some cabinets and drawers to store outdoor pots and barbecue accessories.
  • Testing the Grill - Before encasing the grill permanently, test it properly. Check whether all the pilot lights are working and the burners are operating correctly. In case, you find any problem later after installation, it would be extremely difficult to remove and replace it.
 
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