The Draco Grills DRA5018 is a corner unit that will look fantastic in your garden and will help you cook and entertain on the stunning Reclaimed Teak Outdoor Kitchen by Draco Grills.
This unit, which is entirely constructed of reclaimed Teak, is perfect for anyone looking for subtle elegance in their garden because it has plenty of space for storing all your outdoor kitchen tools.
The Reclaimed Teak is sleek and modern because of its flowing grain lines.
This corner unit has two storage sections: the right side contains 1 shelf inside and the left side has three drawers. It is enclosed within a soft closing Teak Panel door, allowing both small and large items to be kept inside (e.g. cooking utensils, cutlery or crockery). All within a sustainable and solid Reclaimed Teak frame topped with a stunning Dark Stone Ceramic work surface.
Because it offers adaptability, this add-on unit works incredibly well with the 6 burner BBQ in this series. It may also be assembled to create a unique outdoor kitchen by combining it with additional modular units. Cabinets, drawers, sinks, and fridges in this range are of excellent quality and reasonably priced!
Every panel, frame, and unit in the Draco Grills Teak collection is distinctive because it is made completely of reclaimed Teak.
It requires very little maintenance because of its high concentration of natural oils and minerals, which shield it from water, rot, insect infestation, fungal decay, and mildew.
Your Teak kitchen will survive for many years if you continue to monitor it.
Since Teak is a natural material, variations in colour, texture, and other properties is to be expected, especially when using only 100% reclaimed Teak.
Your new Teak items may come finished in surface oil when they are delivered. This is normal and as your units become used to their surroundings, any residue will disappear within 7-10 days.
Remember that every piece of wood you use for your Teak units will eventually age and take on the distinctive silver-grey patina of Teak. When Teak is treated from above, it can help maintain the original golden sheen of the wood and stop it from deteriorating over time.
Occasionally, checking or cracking may develop, especially on the end grain. This is due to the unpredictability of the British climate. These cracks, which symbolise the opening and shutting of the grain, can be caused by shocks to air temperature and humidity, especially in the summer. This is normal and shouldn't have a negative impact on how long or durable your kitchen units last.
We recommend that all fittings and moving parts be routinely inspected, lubricated and tightened as needed before use. Please note that brass items exposed to the elements may tarnish.