Originally Posted by slow-smoker
My old carport had a flat metal roof. I never had a problem when it was just my grill or the small upright dual-fuel smoker, but after I got the Klose BYC in there, the volume of smoke hitting the low ceiling started turning it black. That was made worse when condensation on the underside turned it into black rain. I was able to remedy that by adding a smoke stack extension which took the smoke out and above the carport.
Ah. That makes sense. The largest smoker we have is the Cajun Bandit, which we pretty much only use for very long cooks, and once it settles in the volume of smoke is negligible I imagine compared to your BYC.
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