Building a Brick Grill Station for the Kuppersmith Project House
By: Danny Lipford
To make outdoor cooking easy at the Kuppersmith Project house, a brick base that will house a grill was constructed on the breezeway near the kitchen door.
Incorporating stainless steel doors into the brick base will allow for storage space under the grill once it’s installed. When constructing a brick base for a grill, it’s important that the cooking surface is level.
To finish off the the brick base, steel angle iron was used to support a brick border or “rowlock” around and across top of the base. Watch this video to find out more.
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