Outdoor Kitchens The Villages, FL

If you love cooking and entertaining, you’ve probably thought of having an outdoor kitchen before. And who would blame you? These structures are extremely helpful, especially if you live in a very hot region.

 

And since we want you to be as comfortable as possible, we have dedicated ourselves to creating some of the best outdoor kitchens in Florida. So if you’ve been thinking about installing a paver outdoor kitchen, now is the time. Give us a call today and we’ll sort you out in no time.

 

 

Building a paver outdoor kitchen

There are several steps to building a paver outdoor kitchen, especially if it’s your first one. So to give you a rough idea of what’s in store for you, here are some of the steps we usually go through with our clients:

 

 

Planning the kitchen design

Before any construction work begins, you need to make a solid design plan. For instance, you need to decide where you want the kitchen to be located. While some people prefer their kitchens near the main house, others would want it a distance away. Also, you should think about whether you want your kitchen to be under a tree shade.

 

Moreover, you need to decide on which appliances and equipment you require in your kitchen. To solidify things, you could even do a sketch indicating how you want everything to fit together.

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Building the kitchen frame

At this point, you’ll need to hire some builders to create the kitchen’s framework for you. Typically, this looks like a wooden box with openings where you can place your appliances and heat sources. This box is usually made of lumber and plywood.

 

 

 

Installing the pavers

Obviously, this is where we come in. At this stage, we pave the exterior of the frame. For the best results, we usually apply at least two layers of pavers, with the second one overlapping the joints between the pavers of the first one. To keep things in place, we apply mortar in the joints and on the upper surfaces of any covered pavers.

 

Of course, this means we have to wait until all the mortar dries before we can install any new layer of pavers. Ultimately, we aim to leave you with a sophisticated finish that looks a lot like brickwork.