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So, will this be an open covered patio "cook zone"? And if so, would a smoke hood or extraction fan be helpful, or does it just waft away?
 

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Gonna hang a big ass ceiling fan in the middle when this is done.
and I would hope a couple LED spot lights too... light that grill UP!!!
 
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So, will this be an open covered patio "cook zone"? And if so, would a smoke hood or extraction fan be helpful, or does it just waft away?
Just an open cook zone. Ceiling is pretty high and the big ass fan will move any smoke out. Grills will be on the outer edges.
 

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Awesome build! Keep up the good work. It's been fun following it!
 
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Painting is done and the 96" big ass fan is up. Corrugated steel panels are designed to rust. They will end up with a rust colored patina and then stop rusting and seal the steel. They are 22 gauge thick. I think they will look cool when they are done rusting.

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AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!
 
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Well, SWMBO got the bright idea to cover the back wall with barnwood. Actually it is old cedar fence pickets of different sizes, colors, and conditions.

Here's what we have so far. She's laying out the mosaic, I'm doing the cutting, gluing, & tacking. I'm so looking forward to doing the top part. :)

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Love it!!!!
 

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THAT IS BAD @$$ ALL THE WAY!!!!!!!!!
First thing that popped into my head this morning was "dam those rake cuts he has to make!!!"
 

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Oh and tip one for your BOSS... SHE added some serious touch to this so far!!
 

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Makes me wish i lived in the south, winter is a comin!
 
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