Outdoor Grill Hood – These range from the simplest, consisting only of their feet, a backsplash and a small fireplace, to the most complete with a large work surface, several storage alcoves, a large cooking surface, and even a hood equipped with drains. Everything depends on your needs, your usable area and of course your budget. Often, you will also need to pour a concrete slab to provide a good seat for your barbecue, which can weigh more than half a ton.
The rest will be done alone, just follow the plan and instructions provided with your outdoor grill hood kit. The choice of fuel is also offered to any purchaser of a barbecue. The timeless log has the advantage of giving a unique aroma to your grill. But wood being a fairly expensive fuel, it is common to fall back on pellets, pellets and other charcoal barbecue found at all prices on the market. However, be careful, they emit significantly more harmful fumes than wood, so be sure that the smoke is well evacuated.
If you want to avoid contact with fire, you can opt for the gas which has the advantage of controlled cooking and without emission of fumes. However, it requires regular and very thorough maintenance to prevent possible leaks and poses the problem of storage of the gas cylinder. So choose a covered area with an outdoor grill hood that will take the smoke in the opposite direction of the houses next to yours.