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Need an idea to incorporate 23" into covered patio setup

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I am building a new home soon and was interested in how to best incorporate my 23" into a covered outdoor porch or patio...concerned a bit about the smoke but still want to be able to use throughout the year.  I have seen some pics on the site in the past but was looking for some more ideas....Thanks!  

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Here’s mine. Whatever you end up doing, I recommend you mount a fan in space opposite the grill, so it can blow smoke away. It will build up, and ceiling fans just keep the smoke stirred up.


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My KK is in the furthest corner away from the house with plenty of airflow on all sides.  Unless it’s a very calm day, I don’t have many issues with smoke buildup as there is usually a cross breeze to carry it away.  If it does start to build up, my ceiling fan takes care of it pretty quickly as long as it’s not in reverse mode.

 

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....smoke build up has never been an issue for me.  I didnt know it ever became one.

EDIT: I just realized this said COVERED patio.  I totally see why that could become an issue.  I live in an area with mild winters so I have no need to cover.

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LOL - random rotation; fill 'em all w/ charcoal, then use each one 'til the fuel is gone and move to the next.

Unless of course I have a large group, then they all get pressed into service.

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