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This resource provides a definition of what an outdoor kitchen is. Namely, it’s a kitchen area that isn’t obstructed by other buildings or structures, that facilitates correct combustion, and allows for sufficient natural airflow where gas appliances are used.
Outdoor kitchens need to provide protection from the elements, offer easy access into and out of the house, and be constructed so as to avoid tripping. Ensuring proper ventilation will allow for the products of gas combustion, or other barbecue by-products, to be dispersed into the atmosphere.
The resource shows what kind of constructions will provide the natural ventilation required for an outdoor domestic barbecue in the form of easy-to-read diagrams. It outlines all the standards that need to be met in order for the outdoor kitchen to be designated an ‘outdoor area’. And diagrams are provided that show appropriate exhaust system arrangements for gas barbecues.
Consult this resource to find out in-depth information about building an outdoor kitchen and how to fit gas and other appliances.
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This resource is designed for builders and industry professionals who are constructing an outdoor kitchen area.