How to build a barbecue grill outdoors

A beautiful garden is a dream home for an owner. It is the perfect place to relax, play and interact with the guests instead. One of the key elements for a great outdoor party is having a patio for entertaining. However, the yard is not complete without a beautiful brick barbecue grill. These grills are a little pricey, but why pay a high price when you can do it yourself? With these simple steps you will be admired not only for your barbecue skills, but your friends will admire your personal skill.


Build your grill

  1. Decide the location for your grill. Must be built in concrete. Areas with partial shading work best.
  2. Place the 2×4 through the concrete in the area where you want the grill is. Mark a line along the table in the direction grilled look. Use a carpenter’s square to make a second line through the middle, perpendicular to the first.
  3. Use a tape measure to determine the square footage of the area. Take these steps to store household supplies. This measure assesses the number of bricks you need. Put your bricks out and drizzle with a hose for about 30 minutes before they are ready. Do not skip this, as it will prevent your bricks absorb too much mortar.
  4. Place barbecue grills in the place that you’ve found before. Use the grid as a guide, put your bricks around the outside edge. Leave a space between each brick of 1/2 inch (1.25 centimeters) wide. Score 3/4 inch (1.8 centimeters) over which the racks so that they rest against the edges of the brick.
  5. Make a line with a level of 4 feet (1.2 meters) and mounted on three sides. Be sure to keep them flush with the edge of the grill area. When you have achieved the desired shape, remove the bricks. If the bricks do not fit you can use a chisel or a wet saw to cut them.
  6. Dumps ingredients dry mortar in a wheelbarrow. Use a hoe to make a hole in the center. Slowly pour small amounts of water. Mix well after each addition with a hoe. The mixture should be like clay, but that is easily spread.
  7. Stack the mortar on the trowel and bricks stuffed round the pallet on its side and pulling it toward you. Use the tip of the blade to create a V or a groove in the mortar layer. This aligns the mortar. You can also apply a full palette scraping mortar on the side and the edge of the bricks. This method is known as bricks.
  8. Mortar applied to a line along the inner edge of the stylus area. Start at the corner of the area with a pencil. Make a second line parallel to the first mortar, and uses the palette to create a V in the mortar. Place the first brick in the mortar and press down to make sure it is in place.
  9. Use the method the brick to the next. Push the brick against the first. Continue this until the interior concrete is dialed. Remove excess mortar from bricks when leaving cracks. Use the level as you work to maintain rights bricks. Continue laying bricks in the outer zone, as you have done in the interior. Allow to dry before placing the bricks on top.
  10. Continue stacking bricks until grill is three levels high. Build many shelves after the third level to allow your grills settle in different heights. To do this, make bricks protrude about 1/2 inch (1.25 centimeters) of the inner edge of each level. Use a press first vertically and then horizontally as you work to seal the edges. When you reach the desired height, cover the wall with bricks set on the soft side and through the two rows of bricks. Use mason thread to keep in order, starting with the corner bricks.
  11. Let everything dry mortar. This should take three to four days. After the bricks are dry, use a soaker hose with water. Use a cleaning solution brick and rubbed with a stiff brush. Rinse the bricks.

Tips and Warnings

  • Keep clean water nearby to wet the mortar if it starts to dry.
  • Measure and decide on the way before you start.
  • The mortar does not leave the clothes. Use old clothes to work.
  • Use a mask when mixing the mortar to prevent inhalation of dust.

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