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Old 02-18-2014, 04:14 PM   #1
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Can I use my existing propane grill to build into an outdoor kitchen?


I have a $500 grill and don't want to spend more now that I'm building my own outdoor kitchen. Also planning on making a charcoal grill too. Not sure what to do there either, but initial design will have a metal stud design with treated 4x4 corners concreted in the ground.

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Can I use my existing propane grill to build into an outdoor kitchen?


You sure can! That is exactly what I did with mine.

Mine was a 3 unit job - I took it apart and set it into my kitchen. If you have any more questions I'm happy to help. Pics always help illustrate any problems.

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You sure can! That is exactly what I did with mine.

Mine was a 3 unit job - I took it apart and set it into my kitchen. If you have any more questions I'm happy to help. Pics always help illustrate any problems.
I hope that you incorporated some type of fire suppression system also. Along with an auto shut off for the gas feed to the grill, if this is inside the house.
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I have a $500 grill and don't want to spend more now that I'm building my own outdoor kitchen. Also planning on making a charcoal grill too. Not sure what to do there either, but initial design will have a metal stud design with treated 4x4 corners concreted in the ground.
There are ones made to be placed in a bricked out box for the grill. Others have taken a regular grill and just set it on to the shelf they built for the grill to sit on.

The problem that you run into, is a lot of people do this, but never think about creating drainage. Instead they make a concrete pad for it to sit on.
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