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Started out with just a table

This table I built with a friend and it takes two people to move it...Its quite heavy.
Well as you can see, I know how a nice 2 pole gable shelter for my egg.
Remember the metal sheet roofing, well they now have an asphalt product that comes in grey, red, green.
My house is a green color and this blends quite nicely.  Nothing as extensive as a lot that are posted but it will do.

Comments

  • matochmatoch Posts: 135
    I like it. Especially the part where you put in the effort to cut out the little detail on the supports.
    Edmonton, Alberta - XL & Minimax
  • JohnnyTarheelJohnnyTarheel Posts: 5,361
    Nice setup!!
    Charlotte, NC - Large BGE 2014, Maverick ET 733, Thermopen, Nest, Platesetter, Woo2 and Extender w/Grid, Kick Ash Basket, Pizza Stone, SS Smokeware Cap, Blackstone 36"
  • RaySMSRaySMS Posts: 42
    Yeah hard to do with a jigsaw and then wife said make the cutouts bigger after installed so had to cut them out while installed larger and hand sand edges.  Band saw would have made it a lot smoother and professional.  Thanks for the comments.  I think it added something to the small yard we have.

  • tncrnatncrna Posts: 6
    That'll work! like it..
  • dougcranndougcrann Posts: 1,129
    Outstanding.  You may regret not making it wider. I have a lean to style roof over ours. It extends about 3 foot past the edge of the table...I still get wet when it rains...
  • RaySMSRaySMS Posts: 42
    Well our back yard is like 15' deep and I have another propane grill we bought last year.  Not ready to get rid of it as the wife uses it when she makes burgers and doesn't want to use the egg.....that's more my thing at this point. As for width, our fenced in yard is like 26' and we have a 8x10' shed and a airconditioning compressor.  So I did what I wanted I make the roof so I can actually put a light fixture over the top and have an outlet for the egg.  Bigger would have been nice and would have been easier as well.
  • JstrokeJstroke Posts: 1,798
    I like it. Ditto the cut outs. Nice touch. 
    Columbus, Ohio--A Gasser filled with Matchlight and an Ugly Drum.
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