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How to Add Easy-to-Build Outdoor Kitchens to Your Services

By Laura Ory on September 19, 2019 in BlogNo Comments

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Building outdoor kitchens can sometimes be just as complex as their indoor counterparts, with specialized subcontractors and custom materials required throughout the build—luckily there’s an easier and faster way to build these profitable projects.

9-Foot Outdoor Kitchen Package with lighting.

Almost any landscape installer can build an outdoor kitchen—it just takes the right kitchen package.

Outdoor kitchens continue to grow in popularity and 84% of homeowners who want an outdoor kitchen plan to seek out professional installers, according to a recent survey by the National Kitchen & Bath Association.

By offering clients a pre-deigned kitchen package, like those from Ewing, contractors can build outdoor kitchens without the need for design expertise or time-consuming building methods.

Building Outdoor Kitchens the Easy Way

Installing Bull BBQ grill.

Ewing’s outdoor kitchen packages were created to make the process of building kitchens easier than ever. They can even be assembled in a just a few hours, said Jack Smith, an Outdoor Living Product specialist for Ewing.

Each package features high-quality grill options, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and block construction. There are four unique size options to choose from to fit a wide range of client, budget and space requirements.

Construction can begin faster than usual with a kitchen package since the kitchen is already designed. Almost everything needed to build it is included in the package, pre-measured and ready for assembly.

By design, these kitchens are fast to build, so installers can reduce the amount of labor needed to build it, and clients won’t have to wait long before they can begin cooking.

“Depending on the kit you choose, the only expert assistance you may need is hooking up gas, electric or water to your new outdoor kitchen location,” said Smith.

Large L-Shaped Outdoor Kitchen Package with Bull and Primo grills.

Growing Your Business with Outdoor Kitchens

An outdoor kitchen can also be a great first step in creating a true outdoor living space for your clients.

A fire feature, patio, bistro lighting or outdoor sound system can be great add-ons to enhance your clients outdoor living space and grow your business.

Just remember, you don’t have to be a kitchen designer to offer your clients the outdoor kitchen they crave. Ewing’s outdoor kitchen packages are available now is select regions and will be available soon at all locations.

Ready to start? Watch the video to learn more about these outdoor kitchen packages and visit your local Ewing store.

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Laura Ory
Laura Ory is Ewing's digital marketing specialist. She can be reached at lory@ewingirrigation.com.
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