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  • #16
    All three up and in place

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    • #17
      Closer shot
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      • #18
        Hired framers to come in and set the trusses, sheet it and do the roof tie in.

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        • #19
          Trenching for the gas line. We installed a 1" line to support the new appliances and ensure we didn't lack volume. The gas company installed a new meter specifically because of what we are planning.

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          • #20
            I tunneled under our driveway cross walk to get the line over in close proximity to the meter. This was a helluva lot harder than I thought it would be. Finally got it but what a pain. I used all poly gas line and unions.

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            • #21
              Framing complete and roofers are here!

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              • #22
                Concrete is next. We have a second step which wraps around two sides to account for the slight slope. #3 rebar on 2' centers.

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                • #23
                  Pic showing the large platform steps we installed

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                  • #24
                    This shows the rebar tie ins we installed in the footings so we could tie the slab in. The post brackets all had to be set at the same height which was more difficult than I planned but it all worked out. One ended up being about a 1/2" lower than the others but not a big deal.

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                    • #25
                      For a setup like yours, consider using durable materials like stainless steel for appliances and countertops. Also, ensure you have proper ventilation and weather protection, especially for your barbecue and wok burner. For the seating area, comfortable and weather-resistant furniture will enhance the overall experience. You might also want to integrate some lighting and heating options to make the space usable year-round.
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