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Old 06-19-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
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Join Date: 05-02-13
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Default Design Question - Smoke Exhaust

I'm designing an outdoor cooking space that will have multiple devices: an Argentine grill, a hooded grill, a brick smoker (and hearth) and a caja china cooker (also used as an open grill or with a spit). The weather is an issue so I need to build a gazebo to cover the area. Open sides, full roof. Has anyone dealt with the smoke exhaust issues in connection with gazebos? Am I better off with a shorter height and installing a vent hood or should I simply raise the height and let the smoke exhaust through the open sides? Or will a single chimney at the peak of the gazebo do the trick?
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