Custom Bar-B-QueTraditional Patio, Santa Barbara

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Example of a classic stone patio design in Santa Barbara with no cover —  Houzz
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elidh wrote:Sep 18, 2015
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    That's a great question and I'm sorry I don't have an answer for you...

  • Nandinii Chuva

    Claro que não, uma grelha não é tão quente assim a ponto de gerar um risco. O que poderia acontecer seriamente escurecer e engordurar as árvores :)

brandt108 wrote:Apr 13, 2015
Maureen Gavin wrote:Sep 14, 2014
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    The trees are beautiful and provide a lot of shade for this homeowner's backyard. Unfortunately I don't know what type of trees they are... but when I find out I'll pass the information along to you.
  • Ronald Guthrie
    Depending on where you are living, these look like scrub oak trees to me, we have these all over the south. Especially here in central Florida
kapedersen wrote:Mar 8, 2016
scrambler82 wrote:Nov 16, 2014
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    This is a really cool BBQ and works with the surroundings really nicely! The stone for this project was "natural face weathered stone" gathered from the property with a 3" thick Arizona flagstone countertop surface.
cdrothenberger wrote:Jun 8, 2014
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    I'm sorry I'm not familiar with an exhaust system for BBQ's nor have I seen a BBQ used in an indoor or enclosed space. Please let me know what you find out!! Good luck!
mnranch2004 wrote:Apr 20, 2014
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    The globe in the background is original to the home so I can't give you specifics on the glob. However, I can tell you the existing globes will break in the event a strong force were to hit it (rock, tree limb from above, etc).
mathenytina wrote:Feb 12, 2014
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    I love this BBQ too! What's so great about this BBQ is that it looks like it was built at the same time as the house!

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Gas GrillsPros: A gas grill is quick to heat up and quick to cool, and there will be very little to clean up, so this a good choice when you want to be able to turn out a weeknight grilled dinner. The lower, more easily regulated heat of a gas grill is better for delicate foods like veggies, fish and poultry. Cons: Gas grills generally do not get as hot as charcoal grills, which can make it difficult to get a good sear on steak. Gas grills also tend to cost more than charcoal grills, ranging from about $200 all the way up to $5,000, depending on the size, brand and customizations.What about infrared and sear burners? Some higher-end gas grills now come with superheated elements that allow you to cook foods like steak in a way that a normal gas grill just can’t do.

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This marvelous wooded setting has an equally marvelous configuration with its grill. There is even a cutting surface to the right and other surfaces to set trays and utensils on. (Notice the built-in shelving under this grill.)

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