My husband has a small love affair with all things Weber…as in the grills. We have 2 charcoal grills, a smoker, a gas grill and all the paraphernalia that goes with it. It was all stored on the back side of our house on a small patio made of cement pavers that only measured about 6ftx 8ft. Serving also as a walkway to the garage and driveway, passing through could be hazardous depending on what was being cooked back there. The smoker would be brought out into the walking path and other grills would be moved around as needed. Not safe or nice looking. So we decided to build something more permanent.
We had to clear tree roots to extend the patio space. Leveling this was the hardest part of this project which is why I rate it a “medium” for challenge. We used 12’x12′ cement pavers which matched what was previously there.
Four holes were dug to sink 4×4 posts. Quick set was poured around each one to hold them in place. A knee wall was built to protect the grills from being touched accidentally. A corrugated metal roof was attached at the top, sloping to the back to allow for run-off.
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