Every family is different. Some people cook for 20-30 people, where a larger island and grill may be necessary. Others just want something small for their small patio. Consider your particular situation to find the right size.
Building your custom BBQ Island requires experience and kNOWLEDGE!
Functionally, this is the most important part of your island, so choosing the right equipment requires understanding how and what you like to cook. Consider things like sear burners, side burners, evenness of heating and lighting when deciding what to buy.
You want it to be both functional and pleasing to the eye, so determine the best shape for your backyard, be it an L-shaped, U-shaped, J-shaped or rectangular BBQ Island.
Continuity with your yard and home are important. Smooth stucco with tile counter is the our most affordable option, but we also have upgrades like concrete, stainless steel and even reclaimed wood! We also offer many other finishing touches like brushed stainless outlets and Trex Deck.
Many people in San Diego are plumbed into natural gas, so hooking up the new island is easy. If you do not have natural gas available, we will dial your island in for Liquid Propane. In order for your new grill to have lights on the inside and LED panel lighting, it must be plugged into a standard 110V outlet, which is preferably added to the interior of the island so it is hidden and away from the hot grill.