We are planning out outdoor kitchen/ gazebo area and are in the planning stages.
At 1st I was going to go 2x4 and fire proof with cement board but I see the grill still need a insulated liner to be fireproof. Is there any other way around this and be safe? Looks like that alone would run in the $800 range.
Also looking at aluminum framing but where can one be purchased? I only see companies that will install them but I don't need that. Would local machine shops be the best bet?
What's the downfall to each?
And what price would I be looking at for a aluminum frame only? Probably 30 or so feet of cabinet one grill place and maybe 4-6 doors and 2-3 drawers.
Wanting to make a u shape kitchen with grill on left side, tv center of u , and fridge, ice maker and sink on the right.
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