Outdoor Kitchen Accessories
Although the grill is the ‘heart’ of your outdoor kitchen- the Outdoor Kitchen Accessories are what make the functionality of your outdoor kitchen enjoyable to use. All of our accessories are made with top quality 304 stainless steel and have a limited warranty. Our products fit both masonry and powder coated kitchens.
When creating a kitchen at Fire Farm, we walk with you instead of telling you. We take your wants and needs as a top priority and create a kitchen that works for you. We are always thinking ahead for you such as how big of a grill will you need depending on how many people you entertain, will you want an outdoor trash or is the inside trash not to far away. Does having a sink to wash produce and dishes in an outdoor kitchen sound like a dream but the logistics of a water line out of your budget? Not a problem- we have multiple options that fit all your outdoor kitchen needs to make your backyard oasis dream a reality. Our kitchens and entertaining items are a must have in any home.
We love the collaborative design with our architects, contractors, homeowners, and we stand by our products because we know they are truly the best in the industry. Your dream kitchen does not have to be just a dream anymore.
15" Sink & Faucet
19" Undermount Sink
20 LBS Small Ice Chest
40 LBS Large Ice Chest
Deluxe Compact Refrigerator
Deluxe Single Tap Outdoor Rated Kegerator
Deluxe Double Tap Outdoor Rated Kegerator
Deluxe Outdoor Rated Refrigerator
Deluxe Outdoor Rated Double Drawer
Deluxe Outdoor Rated Wine Cooler
Outdoor Rated Refrigerator Trim Kit
Refrigerator Trim Kit
Masonry vs. Non-Masonry Components
Our access doors and other components come in "masonry" and "non-masonry" but what is the difference? Masonry doors have a thicker flange depth (roughly 1.25" thick) which gives a different appearance when installed with veneer. They can be installed before thick or irregular veneering so they sit flush inside the stone veneer, or installed afterward to extend outside of the veneer. Non-masonry components have a shallower flange depth and are generally installed over thinner veneers, tile or stucco although they can also be installed before veneering for a recessed look. You can see the differences in the example photos here.