Selecting drawer and door pulls is another fun consideration when designing your new outdoor kitchen. Beyond purpose and durability, the hardware you select can complement the look of your home, and reflect your personal sense of style--much like your outdoor kitchen countertop!
Chris was feeling discouraged. He wanted an outdoor kitchen for his new home that was easy to maintain, wouldn’t become home to spiders, would fit in his unique space, and most importantly would accommodate a special sink that could double as a cooler.
He'd had a stucco outdoor kitchen before and didn't want it again. Some outdoor cabinet brands didn’t have the custom size options he was looking for.
Your countertop can be a brilliant showpiece for your outdoor kitchen. Countertops allow you to customize, accessorize and personalize--complementing not only the exterior colors and decor of your home, but your own sense of style.
When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, Tim & Cindy McGinty thought they were in the clear. Little did they know the worst was yet to come…
Over the past few posts, we’ve discussed the strength, durability and ease of care of HDPE outdoor cabinets. This time, we wanted to get the perspective of someone who makes his living installing outdoor kitchens.
When Chris Niedermayer and his wife retired to coastal North Carolina, they left behind an outdoor kitchen. They loved the lifestyle, cooking outdoors and entertaining outdoors. So in their retirement dream home, a new outdoor kitchen was a must.
In our last post, we showed you what happens to each of the common materials used in outdoor cabinets when you use a pressure washer on them.
In our last post, we looked at the strength of three of the most common materials used in constructing outdoor cabinets–High Density Polyethyene (HDPE), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), and a foam resin. HDPE easily proved to be a stronger, more robust material.
Back in 1978, a built-in Jenn-Aire grill shoehorned between a chimney and a wall might be something.
In our last post, we spoke with Werever Production Manager Chris DePaul about materials used in building outdoor cabinets. He concluded that High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) was a better material for building outdoor cabinets than either Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) or foam resin, because of its strength, durability, and easy care.