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    Here is my Heaven
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    • PaynTrain
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      Dude, that is down home awesome!

    • Black99vette
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      Nice - I'd be spending a lot of time out there!

    • Bad Hat BBQ
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      Would love to see the reaction from the HoA

      You could hear their eyes rolling with my simple request....

    What started as a way to keep the grandbabies out of danger evolved into this. There's just a single entry and all the kids know to keep out. Sadly, we are planning to move away from it to another state :-(
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    • CaptainMike
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      Yeah, a lot of us Californios are doing that. Quite a shame actually.

    • HawkerXP
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      Hopefully the money saved in taxes will help you build an even better one at the new place!

    • Bad Hat BBQ
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      Great space

    I have been wanting to build this for a long time, covered porch on exposed aggregate concrete slab. Just to keep my cookers ( and me) protected from weather. I had a week of vacation the 3 rd week of October, and my goal was to get concrete poured. That was accomplished of on a Thursday afternoon. The last Saturday of October I framed posts, beam and rafters, on Sunday November 1st- roof purlins and metal roof. This weekend I added wiring for lights and receptacles, then today put up metal ceiling and roof fascia trim. Sealed the concrete with a brown tinted sealer. After a day to cure I can move the grill, griddle, pellet grill and a stick burner to be available for use more often. Click image for larger version

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    • DavidNorcross
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      Very nice and very nice workshop. Curious, how close is this to your house?

    • hoovarmin
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      This is excellent. You are going to really enjoy your new area.

    • Black99vette
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      Nice covered patio. I wish I had that shop space!

    Thanks. Not far from the house, in the garage that this is attached to-a full working kitchen that most of my work with meat and outdoor cooking prep is done.

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      Built our family happy place over time. Love all the set ups on this channel. Looks like tons of fun all around!
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      • CaptainMike
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        Great set up!

      • Dtax
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        DavidNorcross - yes they are stainless - that is my only regret with the brand since they only offer SS tops. they get EXTREMELY hot in the sun (and that's just Massachusetts sun). one could also go on their own and mount custom tops. The SS all around stays clean pretty easy with WD-40.
        Last edited by Dtax; November 11, 2020, 06:29 PM.

      • Black99vette
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        Sweet, looks great. Good use of the space. I was thinking of going stainless with my tops.

      Follow up to my previous post. This is not a holiday tradition I look forward to, but it’s a must to keep me grilling and BBQing all year long. Got my winter cover up just in time. Got 10Ò€ overnight. Still counting. Snow picture to follow.
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      • RonB
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        Ya gotta do what ya gotta do...

      • HawkerXP
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        Man, you got it all covered. Nice job.

      • Dtax
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        thanks guys!

      I've been waiting for the moment when my outdoor space is ready to post here. See, we moved in January 2020, and one of the things my wife was really looking for was a house with a covered backyard space with an outdoor kitchen, so we could enjoy our new yard and being outside with the kids year-round. The house we ended up finding didn't have those things, so we built it ourselves (with a handyman we've used before). As with all projects, it was significantly more effort and cost than we expected.

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        With the kitchen installed

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        Water and sink waste line come in the back, and propane storage in the corner. There's an electrical line for the fridge and side burner that you don't see.
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        The rest of the family. When people ask why I put in a griddle instead of a grill, I just point to these and say I already have a grill and smokers.
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        All together now!
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        • PBCDad
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          Thanks guys. John the patio is poured concrete with a stamp for texture, it was already there fortunately. It was a nice patio before, it is a really nice patio now

        • Black99vette
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          That turned out awesome. I need more space around my setup for extra smokers and grills

        • HawkerXP
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          Really nice!

        I see some great ideas shared here! Awesome and lovely kitchens to have, and a hot summer day is the best place to be! I'm trying to renovate my house as well, so seeing some of the creations here makes me wonder if I should invest some money in a grill area or an outdoor kitchen! Hotter days are coming, and I was blessed to find a few ideas on blog spots and sites. Now I will have to convince my husband to buy the equipment needed to make a space like this. He is getting stressed as our budget is not as we would like it to be!
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        • HawkerXP
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          Welcome to the Pit!

        • RonB
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          Welcome to The Pit.

        My little 8x12 patio. Built a pergola and covered it with screen to keep the Georgia skeeters out. That's vinyl planking on the floor, galvanized roofing as a heat shield behind the Weber and some fake boxwood panels behind the table.

        Dirty martinis taste awesome out there.
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        I am in awe.

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          Loving my screened in patio. No more rain cooks.
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          • Panhead John
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            Great looking patio! I like your binoculars, you use em to peek in the neighbors windows like I do?

          Holy heck man I am so envious!!! We just moved into our place last year and we had a lot of inside work to get through, but now we're starting to work on the yard (which is a mess, because before we moved in the house was not lived in for 3+ years).

          My goal is something this incredible!

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            I use the binoculars for bird watching. Believe me the neighbors are not worthy, unless your into walrus watching. LOL.
            Last edited by ken g; May 13, 2021, 12:47 PM.

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            • Panhead John
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              ken g πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ‘

            • Attjack
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              I hope they don't post here πŸ˜‚

            I'm safe. None of them have a grill of any type. Besides, it is what it is.

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