If you are thinking about selling your home or just want to make some improvements a summer kitchen is a great way to do both.
Adding a summer kitchen is not difficult and the expense can not only increase property value but increase your enjoyment of your backyard.
While creating your layout you need to be sure you design the summer kitchen to fit the space. You can establish a budget using 2% of the value of the home as your guideline. If the house cost $300,000 then you can spend up to 6000 for the summer kitchen and add quick value as well as a usable space for grilling. Even if the price is not increased significantly you are separating yourself from the comparable properties.
After you have established your budget you should then decide how much space you are willing to commit to the project. This will tell you the size of the grill and the components that you can look at. The grill should and will be the center piece of any good summer kitchen. You want to pick a grill that fits your family. If you usually cook for 1-4 people a grill with 300-500 square inches of direct cooking surface is usually adequate.