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I am in the process of wanting to build a small table/island for my kamado grill. I am thinking of building the frame from wood and putting cerment backer board on it. I dont want to spend an arm and a leg building this but I wanted something decent looking. I think the pure wood look is an option but Id rather it be my last one. Does anyone have any recommendations on outer materials. I havent used stucco before but I am very handy and can learn how to do it all. For the price and look I was seeing if anyone had opioins on stucco, stone finish, or tile. Faux stone is over priced and to cover the outer facing its not worth it to pay $100 for little square of it. I have seen some made with tile and they looked pretty nice. Any suggestions? Please
I purchased a built-in Classic Kamado Joe last week, and am trying to finalize the design of my BBQ island. I have three installation questions: 1) Does anyone have a cover recommendation for a built-in classic Kamado Joe (Same size as BGE Large model)? I have searched online but haven't found a suitable cover. I need something that is approximately 5" longer than the dome opening. 2) My countertop is granite, and there will be about a 1/2" gap between the granite and the kamado. I will build the kamado internal support structure out of waterproof material, but I would still like to use this area for storage and am trying to figure out how to keep water out (besides the cover). I had the idea of using some stainless steel flashing around the kamado where it meets the granite. Has anyone tried or seen something similar, or any other recommendations? 3) How much venting does a built-in kamado require, particularly for the bottom vent? I have a few louvered vents and an access door, but would prefer not installing the louvered vents unless necessary. Thanks!