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My "grills" are all on my back deck. There are lights out there but they aren't made to cook by.  What do y'all

use to keep a close eye on your cooks after dark?  I messed up on some expensive steaks last weekend because

I thought I was gonna be able to see better.

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JTemple and SmallBBQr, I've been thinking about adding some adjustable led flood lights to some fascia or similarboard my house.  But I would be creating a shadow across the grill, and thus I'd have to install even more lights to compensate.  Your great ideas avoid that problem entirely.

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Wife just wired this light up for me in the Grill-Hut she is building for me... once we get the table top on and a door in the middle it will be housing my Akorn on the left and the Junior on the right... she does real good work... these images don't do it justice.

 

 

ahut1.JPG

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I use a headlamp and a make shift street light. I had a 5 gl bucket added concrete stuck a length of 2x4 I had laying around. If you check out led solar flood lights you should be able to find one. I attached it to the 2x4. It's heavy enough not to blow over but light enough to move around. The solar light has enough power even when if it has not been very sunny. It also proved to be a valuable for lighting up the patio area for dinners outside.  

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17 hours ago, Grill_Boy said:

Wife just wired this light up for me in the Grill-Hut she is building for me... once we get the table top on and a door in the middle it will be housing my Akorn on the left and the Junior on the right... she does real good work... these images don't do it justice.

 

 

ahut1.JPG

aahut2.JPG

 

 

Dude, that is one great wife! Feed her well.

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