Outdoor Kitchens — March 24, 2012 at 6:24 pm

Outdoor Kitchens: Revisited


In the past week we’ve had several clients interested in our outdoor kitchen products. Some were looking to replace an old grill, others were adding on to an existing kitchen. Whether you’re looking for additional products to complete your outdoor area or starting from scratch, we can achieve your vision.

The first step is to visit the showroom. We have two bar islands set up, where you can actually touch and feel the quality of our products. One of our sales reps will walk you through each item and answer any questions you might have.

We can come to your home, take measurements and plan how the outdoor equipment will fit within your vision (and budget!). From our visit, we’ll create an AutoCAD drawing (see below for examples). This will give you a solid idea of the final product.

Here are some tips to keep in mind when designing your outdoor kitchen:

– Don’t crowd your area with appliances and equipment. You will need counter space to prepare food and drinks!

– Think about the distance to the nearest sink or garbage disposal. Will you be needing these items? Or are they unnecessary?

– Will you be running electric/gas/water lines?

– Think quality. Most outdoor kitchens will be exposed to the elements, even with heavy-duty covers. You don’t want to have to ┬áreplace your grill a year or two after installing it. Same goes for outdoor furniture, opt for wrought iron to avoid rusting.

– Love the idea of a brick oven? You don’t have to construct it, saving time and money. We have several prefab ovens in different sizes for sale.

We sell outdoor products by: FireMagic, American Outdoor Grill, Viking, Napoleon, Vermont Castings and Others…

Stop by during the week or on a Saturday

to get your backyard ready for the summer!

One Comment

  1. I love the look of an outdoor barbecue grill inside the house. That picture looks great and the kitchen looks stunning! Great job, I appreciate you sharing it with me.

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