One of our PRETTY DARN AWESOME customers wrote this to us today!
"Your lead installation tech (Derek?) did a great job, was pleasant, informative & proficient.
I was quite apprehensive with the new grill requiring cutting the granite, but it was done professionally. Additionally after install the work area was cleaned, etc.
Note that after removing the old grill, there was a section of the wood frame platform under the granite that was charred (no insulating jacket). Thus what ya'll recommended was very appropriate to have a grill with an insulating jacket. I can now cook & not worry about burning down the house!
Good work, best wishes with new location farther our west towards Fulshear (me)."
We love receiving any feedback and helping our community to practice safe grilling! Some companies that make the outdoor kitchens will make the framing out of wood and that is a HUGE mistake. This can cause the wood to char and eventually catch on FIRE! We always recommend either an insulating liner as we did for this client OR during the built out process, make sure your contractor is not using any combustible material within 3 feet of the gas appliance (i.e. built in grill or side burner).
We have 80 years of combined experience in these issues!
Picture of client's new 38 Inch Delta Heat in place.