For the last 20 years, I have had my gas grill on the deck, usually as close to the house as I can put it and still open the top (keeps in under the eaves on a rainy day). Unless your grill is a bizarre design, there won't be enough heat around the sides to cause any damage to a fence.
Made of fiber cement, under grill mats will protect your wooden deck from radiant heat and sparks. They come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes; most are about 1/4" thick. They come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes; most are about 1/4" thick.
The Gas Grill Splatter Mat is a reversible deck protector, so both sides can be used to protect your deck surface.The Gas Grill Splatter Mat measures 30" x 48". The Gas Grill Splatter Mat can protect the following surfaces:
Here is what they said: " A fire screen can contain errant sparks and embers on a wood deck, but composite decking needs to be protected from the bowl as well. A metal fire pit can reach up to 800°F, pushing 200° to 400° of radiant heat onto decking; plastics soften at 176° and melt between 250° and 350°.
I wouldn't put a grill next to a house. A lot of towns prohibit grilling within a few feet of the house, or under a balcony/deck. It's fire , for crying out loud.
Grill mats may look like a waste of money to invest in, but it can protect even the most sensitive flooring by being placed under the grill. This is important, especially if you want to avoid unnecessary composite deck, wood deck, or concrete patio repairs brought by permanent stain damage from grilling activities.
No, by taking the right precautions, you can in fact safely grill, barbecue, and smoke safely on your wooden deck. Location, Location, Location The first key to safely cooking on your wooden deck is all about location, location, location.
I received an email from one of my readers recently and he was wondering about the safety of using a charcoal grill on a wooden deck. Well, to be honest, apart from my water smoker which is also fired by charcoal, I always use my charcoal grills on my wooden deck.
Storing a grill on your deck might be an acceptable option, but igniting it and using it on the deck could put you and others at risk. Fire Danger Using a grill on a wooden deck can lead to ...
I use a grill mat under my large grill. I only have to clean it about one a year, although from the sound of it, you may need to more often than that. It does a fine job protecting the wood underneath.
Should hopefully be done our new deck tomorrow, and trying to figure out what to put under my grills. There's an electric smoker, offset smoker, and gas grill. I'm thinking pavers, but my wife thinks that roof singles would be an economical and practical approach.
Hello, We have a wood deck in our new house. We are unsure as to the safety of using our charcoal grill, or our gas grill, on the deck. I think I saw someplace about something one could put under the grill, on the deck, so as to protect from fire on the deck.
Both practical and decorative they protect your deck or patio while displaying your favorite team. These 100% vinyl Grill Mats fit under most grills prevents spills from soaking in and staining and cleans up easily with a garden hose. ...
I did the something similar with my grill about 4 years ago. I laid down 6 18" concrete pavers. There are 3 pavers across and 2 deep. I would recommend that you dig down about 8".
<p>Protect your deck or patio against food stains and greasy mess when you conduct outdoor barbeque or cooking with the help of Drymate Extra-Large Gas Grill Mat. It is an extra-large gas grill mat that features a soft, absorbent fabric that can contain spills and grease, while the waterproof bonded backing prevents any liquid from soaking through.
Charcoal Grill on Wooden Deck bayoucook | Mar 10, 2009 07:21 AM We keep our grills and smoker downstairs on a concrete patio, but I'd love to have one of the charcoal grills upstairs off the kitchen on a wooden deck.