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29th Apr 2018View post
Remember to check the Specification of the BBQ you buy, this one is a Jumbuck from Bunnings, it is NOT approved for conversion to Natural Gas.
If you are not sure which Barbeque to buy or are not sure if the area you intend to put it in is compliant with local and state laws we will come out (for a fee*) and check for you, give us a call or use the booking form.
1/. If the Alfresco area has cafe or shade blinds then the area is non-compliant regardless of whether you put them up when you cook.
2/. If you use a gas cylinder for a built in BBQ the above still applies, additionally if the bottle is in a cupboard then High and low level ventilation is required.
3/. If the area is non-compliant e.g. the area is less than 55% completely open then the BBQ MUST be complied for indoor use, have flame failure on every burner and a range hood set up so the BBQ will only work with the range hood running.
4/. Do you really need a big BBQ? Barbeques with more than 4 burners are great if you are going to cook for a lot of people all the time, if not a 4 burner BBQ will suit most situations.
5/. Do I need a side burner?
6/.Do I need a Roasting Hood?
7/. What about an infra red grill, am I going to use it with a rotisserie?
8/. Can a normally installed Bayonet socket run my big BBQ?
9/. Do I need a bayonet or my BBQ 'hard-piped'?
10/. Trolley or 'Built-in'?
11/. Flat Plate or Grill & Plate?
A LOT TO CONSIDER..
Remember, call us make an on-site appointment and we will be happy to point you in the right direction. (Please note that if a site visit is required there will be a fee involved)
Let us make sure that what you spend on a BBQ and an outdoor kitchen is compliant with the area you are putting it in.
*A small fee of $125.00 plus GST (30 minutes of consultancy) could save you thousands!
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