DIY Projects | How to Build an Outdoor Kitchen | Rescue Renovation


Home improvement and DIY expert Kayleen McCabe demonstrates how to take your outdoor living to the limit by renovating your backyard and patio into your own private oasis. This Pavillion series outdoor kitchen island by Cal Flame comes equipped with a BBQ Grill, single-access door and room for an outdoor refrigerator or wine cooler.

Build your outdoor cooking area with outdoor kitchen and backyard plans that include an attractive pond and waterfall, a mini refrigerator, and a gas grill. This design and layout makes outdoor living convenient and permanent. Put your cumbersome wheeled barbecue into a yard sale and let someone else drag it through the grass every time they want to cook/entertain.

About the Cal Flame G 3-Burner Series BBQ Grill

BBQ Built In Grills G 3-Burner – LP
Dimensions:24 1/4″ x 24″ x 22 7/16″ (62.2 x 61 x 57 cm)
Part Number: BBQ09G03
Cut-Out Dimensions: 23 1/2″ x 22 1/4″ x 9 1/2″ (59.7 x 56.5 x 24.1 cm)
The perfect introductory grill for any outdoor kitchen, this 3-burner unit delivers all the cooking power of 45,000-BTUs on one 600 sq. in. grill. You’ll appreciate the 430-stainless steel construction, durable design and built-in hood thermometer. Own this versatile grill today!

About the Pavilion PV6026

Building the ultimate outdoor kitchen has never been easier. Simply pick the size and shape that suits your backyard; the Pavilion™ series features over a dozen appealing designs in sizes from 4′ to 10′. Then select your choice of base color and countertop design from gorgeous porcelain and natural stone tiles to match your islands surroundings. Finally, add your choice of Cal Flame™ grill, side burners and high-grade hardware to create the ultimate chef’s paradise. It’s that easy!

About Cal Flame
Founded in 2000, Cal Flame is an award-winning hearth and barbecue manufacturer that offers innovative backyard solutions for every home and budget. The feature-rich Cal Flame lineup includes grills, grilling and drop-in accessories, customized outdoor kitchens, KD barbecue islands, custom barbecue carts, fireplaces and firepits. Best of all, Cal Flame offers you peace of mind knowing that all Cal Flame products are ETL and CE listed for your safety. With Cal Flame, your dream backyard is finally within reach!

About Rescue Renovation

In DIY Network’s Rescue Renovation host Kayleen McCabe saves project-challenged homeowners who are in over their heads with their renovations. Kayleen points out exactly what went wrong and formulates a seven-day action plan to turn awful renovations into jaw-dropping rooms.

In This Episode – Episode #516
QUICKE BREEZEWAY AND YARDS
Scott and Krista bought a bank-owned home, and it needed a lot of work. They renovated the entire interior from top to bottom, but ran out of steam before finishing the breezeway and side yards. The breezeway connects the house to the garage, and was once a heated, useable space. But over the years, it’s seen water damage, and also lost its heat source. But now, Kayleen McCabe and her team of renovation rescuers are ready to change the forecast for this blustery breezeway. Along the way, they’ll unify the breezeway and yards with stamped concrete flooring, open up the breezeway with new accordion-style doors, install a fireplace and add an outdoor kitchen in a side yard. And when they’re finished, their new breezeway will blow Scott and Krista away.

Air Dates
• February 15, 2014 @ 11:00 AM e/p
• February 25, 2014 @ 2:00 PM e/p

Links

http://calflamebbq.com/
http://calflamebbq.com/series/?id=39
http://calflamebbq.com/product/?id=120
http://calflamebbq.com/series/?id=20
http://calflamebbq.com/cal-flame-bbq-overview/
http://calflamebbq.com/awards/
http://calflamebbq.com/contact-us/
http://www.diynetwork.com/rescue-renovation/show/index.html
http://www.diynetwork.com/rescue-renovation/quicke-breezeway-and-yards/index.html


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