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Cooking under cover

Stuart Hill

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Hi all, I hope this is the correct place to post this....please feel free to move it if not.

I have a covered driveway between my house and next door with corrugated plastic panels as the roof. Fully enclosed gates front and rear with just a gap between the guttering and next door so as not to be 'attached'.  
So, I am obviously going to have smoke problems when I convert some of it to my outside kitchen area. I would love to know if any of you have come up with any reasonably priced solutions for getting rid of any smoke in this type of scenario?  I can't drill next door's wall (where the bbq's have to be) so I think I'm asking if just a chimney through the roof would be enough or should I look at powered extraction?

Cheers for any advice.

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  • 2 weeks later...

cant you just leave one of the gates open? 


a chimney above your bbq would be simple enough to install and i would imagine would not cost that much, i cook regularly in my shed and simply have the door open without any issues.



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