Cal Flame

Model KD-F6016

Internet #204476943

6 ft. Outdoor Kitchen Island Frame Kit with Bartop

$899.00 /each

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Create the outdoor kitchen of your dreams with the Cal Flame KD-F6016 BBQ Island Frame Kit an affordable DIY way to build the perfect BBQ Island in just 3 steps. First, you'll start with the 72 in., pre-assembled steel frame made from commercial grade, 16-Gauge, galvanized steel for maximum durability and strength. The frame comes with fully welded panels for the top, back and sides. All panels are pre-drilled and include fasteners to make assembly easy and fast. The frame design features pre-welded, built-in component cutouts that allow for a 4-burner grill, access door, side burner and refrigerator to be easily dropped in an added. If you choose to forgo some of these components, the clever construction allows you to simply cover the cutouts with the finish of your choice. This means you can add or remove features to customize your island to suit your taste. After assembling the frame, the final 2 steps are simple. Just add tile backer board to the frame and complete the island with the finish of your choice. When you're ready, visit your local Home Depot store or HomeDepot.com to purchase these materials. The design of the frame makes it easy, fast and hassle free for any DIY homeowner to create a luxury BBQ Island at home at your own convenience. Professionally engineered and built with the DIY grilling enthusiast in mind, the Cal Flame BBQ Island Frame Kit is thoughtfully designed to be the perfect way to start building the ultimate chef's paradise today.

  • Frames 72 in. x 42-1/2 in. top panel with bar provide a solid base for over 21 sq. ft. of gourmet cooking area
  • 16-Gauge tubular galvanized steel frame offers strength and stability
  • Top panel includes pre-installed 30 in. cut out for a Cal Flame 4-burner G4 grill, 4-burner premium grill or 4-burner convection grill and a single side burner
  • Front panel includes pre-installed cutouts for a 27 in. access door and a 4.6 cu. in. refrigerator
  • 3-piece base lift support prevents the frame from making contact with ground moisture extending island life and provides ventilation needed for a gas system
  • 72 in. bar assembly included
  • Pre drilled holes makes installation fast and easy

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What size galvanized tubing is used? It says 16 gauge, but is it 1 inch square, 3/4 inch square?
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Outdoor Timesaver This frame really simplified the construction of my outdoor kitchen. Simple design made placement of grill and accessories simple as well. September 1, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by poor workmanship I build a lot of things, decided a pre fab frame would save me some time as this was similar to my original plan. Decided the money would be worth it. You have to schedule delivery and be there to sign... This frame is heavy duty, and very easy to screw together. A drill and a couple clamps and you'll be done in no time. Negatives: the top didn't fit right and was clearly miss measured and cut. In order for the grill to fit, I had to make sure that slot lined up, which lead to one side of the frame sticking out on the left, and on the right it doesn't reach the edge. I'll be able to cover it with the finish work, by putting an extra sheet of cement board on one side, but for 900 bucks I shouldn't have to. It's going to be extra work for me to make it look good. Also, on the base, they provide self tapping metal screws that go from metal to wood, really? That is not going to hold, and I have to replace. Also, the welds were not brush cleaned or sealed so they will rust over time, and most if not all the welds were done on only two of the four side on each connection. Conclusion: If your fortunate to get a frame that was inspected before it left the shop, it would probably be worth it. But for the price and workmanship here, I'm pretty disappointed. June 29, 2015
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