Sagaform Silicone Brush, Green

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Stainless Steel Bbq

Sagaform Silicone Brush, Green

  • Durable Swedish design
  • Easy to clean
  • Heat resistant silicone bristles
  • Measures 8 5/8-Inch; Green

Baste with your favorite sauce as you grill using the Sagaform heat resistant silicone brush. This marinade brush from Sagaform is heat-resistant, easy to clean, and stylish.

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There comes a time in the life of an outdoor chef when the typical free standing grill model just doesn’t cut it anymore. The yearning for a backyard built in BBQ grill becomes his passion. Unfortunately building an outdoor grilling Mecca isn’t easy, quick, or cheap. Sure you could contract the project out to a professional, but that would cost a fortune and you wouldn’t have the satisfaction of having built it with your own two hands. There are three things to keep in mind when embarking on this type of a project.

First, Design & Space

Design is the fundamental element of the project that holds the whole thing together. The possibilities are virtually endless, but the basic design of a built in BBQ grill follows one of three designs. The first is a bar. This is a straight rectangle shape that has room for a gas grill insert and a few feet of counter space. If you are on a tight budget, or have limited space for your grilling paradise this is the way to go. The second design is an L. It extends a bar perpendicular to the basic design. This allows for much more counter space, or even the inclusion of a sink or other accessories. The third design is a U. This design takes the L and adds another perpendicular bar to form a U shape. This takes up the most space and is the most costly. The advantages of this design are: more space for fixtures, appliances, and accessories; and one of the bars can be used for seating while leaving plenty of cooking space.

Second, Framing Materials

This is a personal choice and really has no bearing on the final look and functionality of the grill. There are two basic options: Pressure Treated Lumber and Brick (or cinderblock). If you choose a wood frame, make sure to use pressure treated lumber so that it doesn’t rot over time. Also make sure to have plenty of support beams in key weight locations. Always cover the wood frame with cement backer board when it is completed to give you a good flat surface to work with to lay tile, brick, or stucco. When using either brick or wood it is very important to use a level to make sure that the structure is square.

Third, Choosing an Insert

This can be the most costly part of the project. Some of us are grilling purists and believe that charcoal is the only way to go. If you are one of these people then you are in luck, because you will not need an insert, unless you like the stainless steel look. Inserts come in many shapes and sizes, so it is important to pick out your insert during the design phase, and have it on hand during the construction phase of the project. There is nothing more frustrating than having to rebuilt part of the grill because your dream insert won’t fit in the space built for it.

Enjoy the Grill

Building a backyard grill will be the best grilling investment you will ever make. There is something about firing up and cooking on a grill that you built that makes it all worthwhile. By choosing a design that fits your budget and space, selecting the appropriate framing materials, and choosing a good insert you will have a grill that can be used for years to come.

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Derrick Sharp writes about grilling recipes and built in BBQ grills on his Backyard Grilling blog.

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