More in Outdoors
In keeping with the look of the stainless steel countertop, sink and appliances, we installed stainless-steel cabinet doors on the fronts of the cabinets. We began by installing the cabinet-door frames in the cabinet openings. These pre-fabricated frames have hinge-brackets built in. They also have pre-drilled holes, so they are easily secured to the cabinet using 2" decking screws.
Once the metal frames are in place, insert the stainless-steel doors into the hinges in the frame (Image 1). Once the doors are all hung, remove the plastic coating that protected the surface during shipping (Image 2).
Code requires that the outdoor-kitchen grill and burner be installed and attached by a licensed technician. Installation is simplified by the fact that holes of the proper size and dimension have been pre-cut to accommodate these appliances. The grill features stainless-steel burners, a central grease-trap, a container for wood-chips (used for smoking) (Image 1). Completing the grill installation are stainless steel grates over the grill and porcelain rods that dissipate heat evenly for an even temperature across the grill (Image 2).
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