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    Ok so about 6 or 7 years ago me and my family built an out door kitchen (this is my parents house, I am 20 and live there) but all the wood has been rotten and infested so it needs some work,

    (unfortunately I do not have any before pictures) But this was during the tear down to give you an idea






    We were trying to just replace the rotten pieces but that was not working out
    (Don't have a lot of pics during the process) but we completely tore everything down for a complete rebuild, used block this time!

    Everything up and framed



    Also picked up some outdoor furniture
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    looks cool, man
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    thanks man, a lot of hard work, glad to see it almost done!
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    Looks good so far, definitely needed some repair.

    So whats the plan for the retrofit, new appliances and cabinetry or just touching up the exterior and fixing the rot with cinder blocks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMW View Post
    Looks good so far, definitely needed some repair.

    So whats the plan for the retrofit, new appliances and cabinetry or just touching up the exterior and fixing the rot with cinder blocks?
    Thanks man, well a couple of things, it is now bigger, there is now three openings, two will need custom doors (old ones do not fit) the fridge is still working great, the grill has taken a beating also but luckily all the internals were replaced under warranty
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    Got the countertop together

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    I am surprised to hear that fridge is still working fine. Please continue the pictures of kitchen renovation.
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    that looks like it will turn out pretty nice when its all done. I'm definitely subbed for updates
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark500 View Post
    I am surprised to hear that fridge is still working fine. Please continue the pictures of kitchen renovation.
    I know we were also surprised, it has some surface rust now but is still ice cold!
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    this thing is almost complete but I will post some pics soon so you guys can see the finished product.
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