Kara Moore Backyard November 15th, 2018 - 08:45:30
Build a homemade barbecue pit out of Center blocks. This is a really simple process. It doesn't cost very much money to do as well. So let's go ahead and go over the supplies that we need and then we'll get started on the deal. First of all, you're going to need about 24 Center blocks. Then you're going to need about seven what they call cap flops, which is what I'm sitting on here, you're going to need. One piece of angle: iron, which is two inches by two inches by 46 inches and then also two pieces expanded metal, one is 36 inches by 46 inches and the other it's 12 inches by 46 inches, which we'll be using that as a shelf at the top. So let's go ahead and get started as you can see, I've already got one row already doing and we're just going to stack from there.
I've got two blocks on this side, two blocks on this side and we got three on the back. So we just kind of stack from there. So let's go ahead and get this thing done and what I like to do is to kind of keep it. A little tidy is to put the flush ones in the front right here and if you have any of it or not, flush we'll put those in the center try to get these as flush as we can to make it look. Nice get somebody's one piece. Basically, what I mean if you hadn't already figured out a flushing, is this the blasts? I'd put these on the ends, kind of a neat look and we are outside in Eastern North Carolina beautiful day it's a little chilly you'll probably be hearing planes fly over. Maybe your neighbor too, but that will stop you from getting this job done all right. Yes, it goes pretty fast, take long at all. Okay, there's our second level now we're gonna get our expanded metal and our piece of angle, iron D, just one sec: okay, you're, a nice piece of expanded metal yeah. I see a mistake on me: okay, mandy metal goes here, put our angle iron right here. Just to keep it from sliding off okay city start a little aqua, grill hello, let's go ahead and do the third level again really simple frost.
This just takes a little bit of labor. You can find these pieces, I'm not gonna lose or a home depot. I was blessed to be able to find someone who was getting rid of the bitter blocks so that I was able to get the center blocks for virtually nothing, and I got the angle iron and the banded metal for less than 70 bucks. The most I have in this is around forty dollars, so you can't beat that for a grill, this size all right again, very, very simple process to do, and you know last year, for a long time. Okay, Spanish Nilla centerpiece here goes over to the side. Okay, try to get this as flush as I can again to get it a little neater. Okay, looking pretty good got a few leaves we'll get that and clean it up a little bit. Okay! Now we're going to do. This is basically a shelf that you can put pots and pans on. There keep stuff warm while you're still grilling, so we go ahead and do this third level. We need our small piece of expanded metal here.
This is for our shelf. You go kind of it's just going to have to kind of go out here. Just a little bit. You can kind of go by the holes. The first holes here slide this out. Just a little bit give us a shelf. Okay, that'll work, looking really good. Let's get where these pieces here guys I'll be sure to put in the description again what I said if you need it. You can kind of make this your own. I kind of found this online myself and change you just a bit not much, but you can kind of do what you want to you want to use some color of the stone. That's up to you. You want to paint it. That's totally your discretion. I'll, probably do a little bit more to it, but it's to kind of give you an idea how we're gonna do to give a little better look put some cap blocks on top of it got one here, neither a little dirty but I'll clean these later. It's right here, just kind of neat it up a bit all right, I'm looking forward to doing my first click on this already.