Simple Outdoor Kitchen Regency

Our client, and avid outdoor chef, needed a grill added to the home they just purchased in the Benbrook area (SW of Ft Worth, Texas).  We “hand” poured a foundation for the grill area and then went to our local used brick distributor to match the bricks on the home (OK, we we came close in color to the pool coping).  We used concrete blocks for the structure of the grill and then bricked around it (I must say, our brick team did a great job — note a number of mitre cuts).  We installed a Jenn-Air Grill from Lowe’s — please note we had to change all the jets to work with the gas from the house, they come set-up for propane tanks.  We did have a couple of custom stainless steel inserts / panels made to add the professional touches to this outdoor grill.

The following photo gallery shows some of the work in progress along with the resulting work.  You can “click” on the 1st photo and a slideshow will begin or “click” on a specific photo to enlarge and see any additional information.

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