Estela Nichols Backyard November 09th, 2018 - 08:49:23
Building a barbecue grilling station how-to sheet number 290 dine out more often with a beautiful barbecue grilling station to get started. You will need the following tools and materials: a string line, a square hammer and chisel safety, glasses and work gloves. You will also need 50 corner blocks: 21 York blocks 12. Dublin blocks 5 wall caps, 2 outdoor countertops that are 24 by 32 inches and two tubes of masonry adhesive building a barbecue grilling station is easy and fun. This project demonstrates how to build on a hard level surface, such as concrete or pavers, using a grill that is 39 inches wide to begin mark.
A line for the location of your grilling station then places four corner blocks and two York blocks to create a modified post use a square to a position. The blocks on the second course place three corner blocks so that they overlap the blocks beneath them. Before placing the next corner block, you will need to remove the raised ring from the York block on the first course. Next split, a Dublin end-split block, placing the large piece so that the raised Rings are facing down and the split side is against the corner. Block save the smaller piece for the end of this course. Using the preset patterns build the first two courses of the wall panel, ending with a corner block. Now, let's start the second post place, three corner blocks and one New York block use a square to a position.
The blocks place, the small piece that you save from the Dublin end-split block on the second-course place. The corner blocks around the post. Before placing the final corner block, you will need to remove the raised ring from the York block on the first course using the same alternating patterns to offset the vertical seams. You can now build up three additional courses see how to sheet number 290 for more information. The wall panel should be finished, one course lower than the posts to allow for movement of the hood. Add one more course to both posts by placing five corner blocks. On top of each post now you're ready for all caps, you can choose to secure them in place with a bead of masonry adhesive along both sides of the raised rings and between the wall caps.
This will increase the wall strength and prevent the caps from being moved out of position choose a countertop to fit your design. Natural stone countertops can be cut to size by your local hardscape dealer secure your countertops in place with a bead of masonry adhesive along the outer edge of each corner block now, you're ready to fire up the grill, whether your grill is large or small.