Best BBQ pavilion

If the weather is uncertain and the next barbecue party is not to fall into the water, then a grill pavilion is the right accessory. With a grill pavilion you are not so dependent on the weather, as without. Under the roof everything stays dry even with rain showers and the guests can be pampered. To provide safe protection, a good gazebo must meet a few requirements. These relate to the material, in particular that of the roof and the frame.

Our Top BBQ pavilion Pick

Korean BBQ & Japanese Grills: Yakitori, yakiniku, izakaya
  • Hardcover Book
  • Cramby, Jonas (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 176 Pages - 07/02/2019 (Publication Date) - Pavilion (Publisher)

Everything for the garden: BBQ pavilion Video Guide

Depending on whether you are working with a gas, electric or charcoal grill, the roof of a barbecue pavilion must meet different requirements. In a gas or electric grill, a roof made of waterproof fabric or plastic fabric enough. These two types of grills usually do not generate any flying sparks and therefore do not necessarily have to be fireproof. In a charcoal grill but rising sparks are unavoidable. Therefore, the roof of the barbecue pavilion must necessarily be made of a refractory material when using a charcoal grill. In question are roofs made of metal or mineral building materials. These roofs also resist the weather usually much longer than the variants of fabric or plastic.

The BBQ Grill Pavilion by Sorara Outdoor Living B.V offers protection against rain and sun. A sturdy frame made of powder-coated steel tube carries on both sides each a practical storage space for all sorts of utensils. A transverse bar under the roof allows the hanging of barbecue utensils and potholders.

The Tepro barbecue pavilion has a practical double roof for unobstructed smoke extraction and two side storage areas. The fabric of the roof is fire retardant and is supported by a metal frame. With the dimensions (W x D x H): 246 x 154 x 255 cm, this grill pavilion fits in almost every garden.

Almost all barbecue pavilions have a metal frame. These are aluminum or steel. Aluminum racks are lighter and easier to carry. However, the pipes used must have a sufficient diameter so that they do not buckle in a gust of wind. Square tubes are much more stable than round tubes. For a tubular steel frame, care should be taken that the pipes are powder coated. A powder coating is much more durable and resistant than a simple paint job. With a powder coating, the frame is also better protected against rust.

A solid roof with good smoke extraction is provided by the Leco barbecue pavilion. The sturdy frame consists of a combination of aluminum and steel tubes that are well protected with a powder coating. Side storage areas offer plenty of space for the handy storage of all barbecue utensils.

An interesting alternative to a traditional grill pavilion is the cultivation pavilion MANTOVA. The pavilion with a sloping roof measures 300 x 250 cm. The pavilion is placed with the higher longitudinal side directly in front of a wall and thus offers an additional protection.

A barbecue pavilion differs from a normal garden pavilion in two ways. The base of a barbecue pavilion is usually rectangular and not square, as in a garden pavilion. The size is still sufficient to protect the grill and operator from the sun and rain. The second major difference is the roof construction. Theoretically and practically you can also use a garden pavilion as a grill pavilion. However, the smoke accumulates under the roof of a garden pavilion. The roof of a barbecue pavilion has an opening for the smoke outlet at the highest point. The most common variant is a double roof in which a second, small roof partially covers the exhaust opening. This allows the smoke to dissipate unhindered, but no rain under the roof.

Due to the stable and weatherproof construction, a barbecue pavilion does not need to be disassembled and stowed after every barbecue. However, you should make sure that the frame is firmly anchored in the ground when the grill pavilion is to stand up. The large roof area offers wind a large attack surface. In stronger gusts of wind, a grill pavilion can quickly lift off the ground and land in the garden of the neighbor.
With a sturdy roof and a solid frame of powder-coated aluminum or steel tubing, a grill pavilion can long protect the barbeque and the operator from the sun and rain. The quality of the material and the workmanship are decisive for the life of a barbecue pavilion. A good grill pavilion does not necessarily have to cost a lot of money. Even cheaper models fulfill their task for many years.

TOP 5 BBQ pavilion Bestseller

Korean BBQ & Japanese Grills: Yakitori, yakiniku, izakaya
  • Hardcover Book
  • Cramby, Jonas (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 176 Pages - 07/02/2019 (Publication Date) - Pavilion (Publisher)
Supra: A feast of Georgian cooking
  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • Tuskadze, Tiko (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 208 Pages - 07/13/2017 (Publication Date) - Pavilion (Publisher)
Fresh Veggie BBQ: All-Natural & Delicious Recipes From the Grill
  • Hardcover Book
  • Bailey, Charlotte (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 144 Pages - 03/26/2020 (Publication Date) - Pavilion (Publisher)
Texas BBQ: Meat, Smoke & Love
  • Pavilion Books
  • Hardcover Book
  • Cramby, Jonas (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 144 Pages - 08/01/2015 (Publication Date) - Pavilion (Publisher)
Taco Loco: Mexican street food from scratch
  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • Cramby, Jonas (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 160 Pages - 04/04/2016 (Publication Date) - Pavilion (Publisher)