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Assemble Your Outdoor Kitchen Cabinet

Since 2017, the Grillnetics team has sought to revolutionize and redefine the luxury outdoor kitchen world. With the Grillnetics System, which can help you save thousands of dollars and scratch the DIY itch in one afternoon, we believe we've done just that. Our grill cabinet system features patent-pending technology and can be completed with basic tools and mechanical know-how.

 

How To Build a Base Cabinet:

In this article, you'll learn how to assemble a Grillnetics base cabinet with just eight bolts. Our base cabinets offer additional countertop space and can fit drop-in appliances like a side burner.  Best part - it assembles in less than 10 minutes.

 

 

Tools to Assemble A Grillnetics Base Cabinet:

  • Impact wrench
  • Drill
  • 9/16 wrench or socket
  • T25 bit (included)

 

Materials Included To Assemble Your Base Cabinet:

  • (1) Front panel
  • (1) Back panel
  • (1) Magnesium oxide board floor
  • (4) Panel connecting struts
  • (4) Leveling feet
  • (1) Bolt/nut/screw package

 

Instructions To Assemble Your Base Cabinet:

  1. Unpack base cabinet, lay out all components
  2. Once laid out, find 4 panel connecting struts
  3. Bolt to front panel
  4. Raise the panel up on its side, making it easy to attach the back panel
  5. Position back panel in place, connect 4 struts to back panel
  6. Flip cabinet so it is standing upside down, attach leveling feet
  7. Run a bead of caulk along the bottom of the frame
  8. Take floorboard and place it along bottom of frame
  9. Attach with self-tapping screws

 

 

 

 

 

How To Assemble A Grill Cabinet:

Learn how to assemble a Grillnetics grill cabinet with just eight bolts and two cutouts. It assembles in less than 10 minutes, and will work with most drop-in style grills! We also supply, grills, appliances, countertops and final finishes.

 

Instructions To Assemble Your Grill Cabinet:

 

Part 1

  1. unpack base cabinet, lay out all components
  2. similar to base cabinet, attach 4 struts to front panel
  3. stand panel up on its side
  4. position back panel in place, connect 4 struts
  5. flip cabinet upside down
  6. install leveling feet
  7. run a bead of caulk along the bottom of the frame (keep bead close to interior edge of frame)
  8. take floorboard and place it along bottom of frame
  9. attach with self-tapping screws

 

Part 2

  1. the next step is to make a cutout based on the measurements of your cabinet doors
  2. starting with drop-in grill, find manufacturer specified rough opening sizes
  3. cutout height: what type of countertop are you installing 
  4. typical: 1 1/4" granite
  5. if cutout height is 9", you'll want to make a cutout that is 7 3/4 to compensate
  6. you'll do the same thing for your access doors, depending on their dimensions
  7. use your pencil to mark the cut lines for the dimensions you need
  8. using angle grinder, cut your openings
  9. on inside of front, install adjustable verticle rail on each side of cutout
  10. install two more VAR, on inside of back panel. should mirror front rails exactly.
  11. lastly, install horizontal adjustable rails to vertical
  12. make sure horizontal are level and flush w cutout
  13. set and secure drawers
  14. Note: always measure twice, cut once

 

 


 

 

How to Build A Front Load Base Cabinet:

Learn how to assemble a front load base cabinet by Grilllnetics with just eight bolts and one cutout. It assembles in less than 10 minutes and will work with any doors, drawers paper towel dispensers, or trash cans.

 

Part 1:

  1. unpack base cabinet, lay out all components
  2. similar to base cabinet, attach 4 struts to front panel
  3. stand panel up on its side
  4. position back panel in place, connect 4 struts
  5. flip cabinet upside down
  6. install leveling feet
  7. run a bead of caulk along the bottom of the frame (keep bead close to interior edge of frame)
  8. take floorboard and place it along bottom of frame
  9. attach with self-tapping screws

 

Part 2:

  1. the next step is to make a cutout based on the measurements of your cabinet doors
  2. starting with drop-in grill, find manufacturer specified rough opening sizes
  3. cutout height: what type of countertop are you installing 
  4. typical: 1 1/4" granite
  5. if cutout height is 9", you'll want to make a cutout that is 7 3/4 to compensate
  6. you'll do the same thing for your access doors, depending on their dimensions
  7. use your pencil to mark the cut lines for the dimensions you need
  8. using angle grinder, cut your openings
  9. the adjustable grill arms will line up with the cutout made for the grill
  10. attach the arms to the frame, use provided screws
  11. run the verticle adjustable rails along inside edge of access door cutout, using providing screws to anchor
  12. set and secure your access doors

 

 

 

How To Assemble BBQ Island:

Here we'll detail how to build an entire BBQ island, using your assembled Grillnetics products, including the 36" front load base, the 48" grill cabinet, the 6" and 18" base cabinets, and the 25" back frame with cladding for 11 ft straight island. With a BBQ island, you want to keep in mind your path of motion while cooking, which is typically 1) food prep 2) cooking and 3) serving. Your island should help you accomplish that.

 

Tools to Assemble A BBQ Island:

  • Level
  • Drill
  • Impact wrench

 

How To Assemble Your BBQ Island:

  1. Place island components in their final location
  2. Insert provided screws to connect cabinets together, working from one end to the other
  3. Affix end clad kits, sealing each end of island
  4. Run bead of caulk around edge of frame, use self-tapping screws to attach