Grill, built-in or portable: Determine the size of the grill you require or desire, as well as whether it will be stationary or mobile. If you intend to cook for large groups, a larger grill is needed; however, a smaller grill is sufficient if you want to cook only for your family.
Countertops: How much prep space will your outdoor kitchen require? Make the most of your counter space by planning ahead of time. Also, choose a product that can withstand weather changes.
Built-in Cabinets: You may require assistance in designing the layout of your patio cabinets. Don't underestimate the importance of outdoor cupboards; otherwise, you'll be running back and forth between your indoor and outdoor kitchens, putting a damper on convenience.
Lighting: Because you'll most likely be doing most of your meal prep in the evenings, you'll need adequate lighting on your patio. You don't want to be cutting and slicing in the dark. Furthermore, you must see your grilled items clearly to determine whether they are rare, medium, or well done.
For assistance, you may contact us at Outdoor Kitchens Fort Lauderdale.