Outdoor grill charcoal – Many people prefer to use propane grills, but for those who love the taste of food on a charcoal grill, making their own charcoal grill is ideal. A brick charcoal grate will last for years, not like the types of metal that burn through the bottom over time. An open-face brick grill is also easy to clean.
External section, determine where the well will be located. Stay away from the branches of trees. At this point, mark a 50×50 inch base for the foundation of barbecue pit, which will be made of concrete. Shovel dirt out of the foundation area at least 6 inches deep. Soften all rocks and debris and make sure the ground is flat.
Mix the fiber-of-tax cement according to package instructions and place in the foundation area. Smooth the surface of the concrete, with the trowel. Make the side of the base, which will be the back of the barbecue pit, slightly higher than the front so that the water runs off when not in use. Let dry overnight. Soak the bricks at night too. This will help the concrete adhere to the bricks. Use the string of the straight line and make a square on the surface of the concrete about 2 inches from the edge of the concrete.