Outdoor Kitchen / July 22, 2018 / Agathe Marier
For safety purposes always put a vent in the back of your outdoor BBQ structures. Every gas line eventually leaks. Including a vent will allow the gas to escape. If not the gas will sit in the grill until someone comes to turn it on and everyone knows what happens when uncontrolled gas and fire meet. A subtle vent in the back of the grill will allow excess gas in case of a leak to escape into the yard rather than sit in the confined space of the grill waiting for you to blow it up by simply lighting up the grill. Be safe and make sure you have some sort of vent in your outdoor BBQ structure. In other words dont blow up your house.
Before you decide to start your outdoor kitchen design there is one main thing you should consider: Will you use it enough? If youre the type of person that only pulls the grill out a few times a year versus the person who pretty much doesnt use the kitchen once grilling season hits an outdoor kitchen might not be worth the extra money. But if you and your family grill often enjoy outdoor dining and entertaining than an outdoor kitchen is a great addition to your home.
It increases your resale value Outdoor kitchens have become one of the hottest trends in home design. If you ever wanted to sell your house an outdoor kitchen will increase your property value by at least a few thousands dollars. Not only will your house look modern and updated but the extra room outdoors will appeal to buyers. It gets you outside Lets face it; sometimes it can be hard to tear the family away from the computer television and air conditioning. Outdoor dining allows you to turn the everyday occurrence of making dinner into something exciting. Light a few candles turn on some music and enjoy the sun and fresh air. Without any extra hassle dinner has become a special event.