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Another outdoor Kitchen installed today....

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  • Susan S
    Susan S Fredericksburg, VA
    on May 5, 2012

    Verrrry nice Stone-Crete!! So you started this project this morning and finished it all in the same day??? My kinda contractor!!! Ummmm, just gotta ask . . . (you know what it is don't you?) (1) There WILL be doors or something right? (2) Is there some kind of plumbing to catch the water or is the Hi-tech 5 gal paint bucket being used?? LOL EDIT HERE: Is the top what YOU did and not the stone work? Am I about to be colored "embarrassed"???

  • Home Repair Tutor
    Home Repair Tutor Pittsburgh, PA
    on May 5, 2012

    It looks fantastic. I've never worked with stone-what kind of framing needs done, anything tips for newbies?

  • Stone-Crete Artistry
    Stone-Crete Artistry Burns, TN
    on May 5, 2012

    susan...yep there will be doors. This is a diy'er that has done this whole project himself...except for the countertop. there are alotta thing id do diff but not badd for.......as far as color...ummmm they insisted on this color.. i'da used a bit more contrast tutor....use block or concrete for outdoor apps... i personally would not use timber framing for outdoor apps. wood moves wayyy to much!

  • Stone-Crete Artistry
    Stone-Crete Artistry Burns, TN
    on May 5, 2012

    and ....yea i wish i could spit this out in one day. takes ab 3 weeks

  • Southern Trillium LLC
    Southern Trillium LLC Stone Mountain, GA
    on May 6, 2012

    I hate to ask this question, but has anyone considered how close this grill is to the vinyl siding? I have heard that a grill should be at least 3 feet from vinyl siding, if not even further away.

    • Tom Parks
      Tom Parks Shallotte, NC
      on Aug 28, 2014

      I agree. I believe that you'll find the installation manual for most grills requires a minimum of 24" @from any combustible construction. I don't ever recommend backing a grill up to a wall, because wall will get dark and smoky. It's just a bad idea all around.

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