While this probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, the entertainment value is definitely something you should think about. For example, indoor kitchens can get crowded during BBQ parties or grill parties, which is something you would want to avoid. By building a kitchen in your backyard, you would completely eliminate this particular predicament, and more people could hang out with you while you’re cooking. As you can assume, it’s much more comfortable and fun to hang out with all your friends instead of having to spend your time cooking alone indoors.
This is yet another advantage that most people aren’t aware of. Even if you’re not planning on selling your property anytime soon, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t increase its value, especially if that increase is just a consequence of your other investments. In simpler words, while building an outdoor kitchen, you’re also indirectly increasing the overall value of your property – it’s as simple as that!
In order to expand your living space, all you have to do is incorporate a couple of pieces of furniture and kitchen appliances into your backyard or patio. Many people have large chunks of unused land in their yard, and building a kitchen on those unused corners of your yard is a perfect solution both for entertainment value and expansion of your living space. Once the kitchen is built and established, you can hang out there with your friends and family, enjoy some fresh air, and keep the smells outside.
You would be surprised by how much energy you waste by cooking indoors. For example, if you’re cooking or grilling indoors during the summer in Florida, your AC is going to have to put in some serious work in order to keep the environment relatively cool. This is, of course, a massive waste of energy and can be mitigated by going outside and grilling on your patio.