To people who have never tackled the task before, building a BBQ may seem like a big task. Fortunately there are different types of special kits available that can make the job easier. Here is a brief guide on building your BBQ kit in Ireland.
Before you get to the actual building part, it is important to do a little planning. Of course, you will need to select the perfect spot to set up your BBQ and it should be a safe distance from anything that is flammable such as a fence or the garden shed. Also make sure that the smoke that is produced from the BBQ won’t drift over the property line too much and bug your neighbor and that you will have plenty of room to maneuver when you are bust grilling on your new BBQ.
To get an understanding of how big your BBQ needs to be, fist select your grill set. This should fit snugly inside the BBQ so that it does not tilt or slip when in use. The easiest way to determine the required width is to place the grill on the ground and put the bricks around it. Make sure that there is enough space to put out the grill when you want to clean it.
The next step is fairly simple for anyone who has laid bricks before, although others may need a little extra help. Mix the cement first and spread a layer of cement on the ground and push the first row of bricks firmly into it. Make sure that there is plenty of cement in between each brick as the excess can easily be removed with a trowel.
People who are experienced with laying bricks can have fun experimenting with different brick patterns to really make their BBQ stand out as it is a feature that will form a permanent place in the garden for many years to come.