Outdoor Kitchen Appliances to Have

by Tracey Cooper 07/14/2019

It doesn't matter whether it is for boiling corn outside, grabbing a soda from the fridge or even having a place to dispose of your trash neatly, outdoor kitchen appliances will make sure that you don't need to stress when relaxing outside your home. Here are major outdoor kitchen appliances that you should have:

The grill

A grill is an appliance that every homeowner should have. It is the most important for making your yard meetups fun and well catered. There are different kinds of grills. It all depends on what features you want, how much you want to spend, and how frequently you will grill.

Power burner

A power burner is a high-intensity burner that can boil your pot of water in a matter of seconds. This is mostly used for cooking corn or clams outside while the grilling meat close by. Power gives off much heat, so make sure you set it up somewhere that is well aerated and close to the grill.


Having a wood smoker in the yard will add a nice dimension to your cookouts and barbecue. You might need to include a big green egg or any other type of smoker as one of your outdoor kitchen appliances. This is often built on a countertop, to have more working space to prep the meat.

Pizza Oven

For pizza lovers, this is one outdoor appliance you won't want to miss. With this, you can hang out with your friends and family and make their favorite pizza. This oven is over 36 inches in diameter with enough cooking space for at least, three medium-size pizzas. 

Outdoor refrigerator

Instead of running into the house on a hot day to grab a cold soda, you can actually grab one from your outdoor fridge. This is one of the outdoor appliances that most homeowners have on their wish list. If your budget can't cover for a refrigerator, a freezer is always an option to consider.

Trash Receptacle

There is no need to face an eyesore trash can or big garbage bags. With a trash receptacle, you can relax and rest assured that your trash has a place without having to be on display. You can add a recycling bin, which offers more spot for waste.

There are many other outdoor kitchen appliances which can make life easier and more fun. You know your needs better than anyone, make a checklist and tick appliances you need for your backyard.

About the Author

Tracey Cooper

Tracey Cooper epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work and creative service in every detail of your real estate transaction. She is a native of California and a second generation Realtor® who combines her love of the real estate industry with her exquisite eye for art, design and architecture. As the daughter of a highly successful real estate professional, Tracey not only inherited exposure to real estate but also developed a keen aptitude stemming from her sincere knowledge and experience in the industry.

After studying communication at the University of Southern California, Tracey owned, operated and then sold two very successful business in Southern California that are still thriving today. Tracey now brings her passion and sharp attention to detail along for her clients’ home. Buying and selling homes and business of her own has afforded Tracey a sensitivity toward her clients’ journey, which can be attributed to the first hand perspective she gained through her personal experiences. Meeting new people and helping her clients find their dream home is her passion. Her client dedication and love of helping others are what motivate her most.

Now, a long time resident of the area, Tracey has navigated her two children through the Sonoma County school system, serving on several administrative committees, charing extracurricular organizations, non-profit fundraising, teach art in school and has gained a full understanding of the diverse needs of the families in her community. Tracey is a member of the CAR, NAR, the Sonoma County Medical Alliance Association and the Wine Country Woman in Business group. When not selling real estate, Tracey is playing with her beautiful family, taking adventurous trips, cheering on the sidelines at her kids’ sporting events, hiking, golfing and enjoying life in gorgeous Sonoma County Wine Country.