BBQ Minimum Clearance Built-In

ckukshtelOctober 13, 2009

I want to build a built-in BBQ up against my house. The house is one story so the overhang is approx 9 feet from the ground. The exterior walls are stucco. Is there a minimum clearance from the back of the grill to the stucco walls? Is there an issue with the overhang? I'm am looking at the 5-burner Cal Flame that puts out 97,000 BTUs.

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davidandkasie

the manufacturer should have the minimum clearances listed in teh specs. i would say at minimum you want at least 4-6" inches though, more if you can. it don't really get hot behind a grill, but no need in taking unnecessary chances.

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