A Gas Grill Kitchen In San Diego!
The landscape of the American backyard has transformed over the years, and now more than ever, the popularity of the “outdoor kitchen” is on the rise. Rather than having a free-standing grill, many people prefer to build them into a structure.
So, can a Weber grill be built into a structure?
The answer is some Weber grills can, and some cannot. We make two models that are designed to be built-in.
Both of these models are available in propane or natural gas versions, and are meant to be used exclusively in built-in structures. The island structures in the photos are not included, and meant for visualization purposes only.
So, why shouldn’t other Weber grills be built-in?
The answer is because special designing and testing go into making it possible for a grill to built-in, and there are ventilation concerns that need to be considered. Read more here.
The backyard barbecue is an essential part of the American landscape. And though you may take great care in selecting and preparing the foods you serve, the success of your meal often comes down to the quality of your gas grill.
Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned grill master looking to replace your current grill, there’s a gas grill to fit every cooking style and budget: from portable models you can take camping to larger grills designed to feed the extended family. The former can be inexpensive, but the latter can cost more than $3,000—no small investment
Recipe for Safety
Many construction considerations also address safety concerns. Again, grill stability is important because it can prevent tipping. Avoid grills with sharp metal corners and edges. Test the handle: Your knuckles or fingers shouldn’t be too close to the hot lid. And though some flame flare is normal, the greater the distance between the grates and burners or flavorizer bars, the fewer the sustained flare-ups.
A basic grill is fine for cooking burgers and hot dogs, but if you also enjoy delicate fish and sizzling steaks with sear marks, look at the temperature-range scores in our ratings. See more here.
Take care of it and a Weber Gas Grill will last you for a decade and give you the versatility you want to grill most anything you can think of.
Outdoor kitchens are known for being expensive. Factor in durable, weather-resistant materials, quality appliances and electrical and plumbing installation, and you may feel like you’re tackling a full kitchen renovation.
But before you get bogged down by the costs, there are a variety of simple (and inexpensive) ways to create an outdoor entertainment center without breaking the bank.
First, consider purchasing a pre-made outdoor grill island or bar-style structure. This can help to eliminate what can be costly custom improvements like concrete countertops and stone bases. It’s also a great solution for homeowners who would like to take the grilling station with them for a future home.
Outdoor Kitchens: Gas Grills, Cook Centers, Islands and More
For some more cheap outdoor kitchen ideas, consider using salvaged materials—such as reclaimed woods or recycled materials like stones, pavers or bricks—in your project. Check full article here.