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Old 08-16-2007, 11:55 AM
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We are considering adding a summer kitchen in our lanai. Any suggestions on a contractor? Any pro's or con's on adding one? Any suggestions would be helpful.
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Add More Construction D & D Construction Baileys
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Be very careful of Bailey Industries. We used them for our summer kitchen and the entire project was a disaster.
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We just put one on our lanai. I did not buy the vent hood or grill at Bailey's so they wouldn't offer much help. They did make the base cabinets for me for $3200. My vent hood was $2400, including the motor. The grill was about $1400, but it was the best Vermont Castings 5 burner. Had to have a wall installed to mount everything on and that was $2K. Now that it's done I won't use it. It is one giant greasy mess that is a disaster to clean after using it. We have now cleaned it and covered it. I went to Home Depot and bought another Weber like I had b4 the summer kitchen and put it outside the pool screen. Want to see out beautiful install just let me know. I could of had a nice new BMW bike for the price of this disaster. :dontknow: Forgot another $250 to get the vent installed on the lanai roof.
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We just put one on our lanai. I did not buy the vent hood or grill at Bailey's so they wouldn't offer much help. They did make the base cabinets for me for $3200. My vent hood was $2400, including the motor. The grill was about $1400, but it was the best Vermont Castings 5 burner. Had to have a wall installed to mount everything on and that was $2K. Now that it's done I won't use it. It is one giant greasy mess that is a disaster to clean after using it. We have now cleaned it and covered it. I went to Home Depot and bought another Weber like I had b4 the summer kitchen and put it outside the pool screen. Want to see out beautiful install just let me know. I could of had a nice new BMW bike for the price of this disaster. :dontknow: Forgot another $250 to get the vent installed on the lanai roof.
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Thanks for the info., now I'm thinking twice about adding a summer kitchen.]
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