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Old 01-21-2014, 12:46 PM   #12
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There are many options, but, both the building department and fire department need to be contacted, as they will both have jurisdiction over any cooker that burns wood. You also want to consider the difference between gas and electric. There are some excellent electric units at the commercial level, that might be better than an Old Hickory.

If you are in an urban, or multi-story building you will also want to consider the effects and costs of ventilation, relative to smell and smoke nuisance. Just some factors. I agree with Bubba, that having a discreet ventilation for the smoker itself will be cheaper in the long run, as you are not running the hood all night.
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