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The Best Pellet Smoker on the Market – Sudbury, Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, February 23, 2017

West Spoet, Sudbury, MAMarch is almost here, which means grilling season is right around the corner. We’d like to introduce to you one of the best smokers on the market, the Myron Mixon Pellet Smoker. Best known to the American public from the Destination America reality television show “BBQ Pitmasters, Myron Mixon designed an amazing pellet smoker. The Pitmaster.

Myron Mixon Smokers hail from Myron’s cook style and innovation. Each smoker is hand crafted in the USA with the most advanced smoker technology on the market. This Pellet Smoker makes it easy for you to be the envy of your friends. These smokers use Waterpan Technology™ which is an indirect water cooking system which evenly disperses heat throughout the cooking chamber and locks in the natural juices, giving you the option of cooking hot and fast or low and slow. The results are the most delicious, tender, mouth-watering barbeque you’ve ever tasted.

Myron Mixon Smokers make cooking great barbeque effortless and delicious. Keeping all that precious smoke inside the cooking chamber makes the taste exceptional. Every Myron Mixon Smoker is fully insulated keeping the heat and moisture in. This lets you cook hotter and faster, maintaining consistent temperatures and using less fuel.

This BBQ is so great you’ll want plenty of this delicious smoked meat for family and friends. Myron Mixon Smokers have the right shape and are built to maximize cooking capacity, giving you more space to cook delicious barbeque. The unique shape delivers maximum cubic square footage. You will also have the option to add additional racks for even more capacity, depending on what you like to cook. Myron Mixon Smokers deliver unmatched space to cook up delicious barbeque.

For more information, contact West Sport in Sudbury.

Save Money With a Fireplace Insert – Boston, Sudbury, MA

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, February 07, 2017

The fireplace and Grill Shop at West Sport, Sudbury, MAAdapt your fireplace, an inefficient heating source, with a fireplace insert to improve efficiency and maintain that cozy hearth look while generating heat.

Wood-Burning Inserts for fireplaces creates real heat with real logs.

If a freestanding wood stove is too large to fit into your hearth or the style of your hearth makes it impractical, you can opt for a wood-burning insert — a wood stove without legs. This firebox slides into your existing masonry or metal fireplace and burns real logs.

Your installer snakes a stainless steel liner down your chimney and fits a decorative flange made of black cast iron or steel or colored porcelain around the insert, hiding its steel sides and filling the gap between the box and your hearth.

A front door with ceramic glass radiates heat into the room. You open the door to stack the wood, then shut it, on most models, while your fire is burning. Most wood-burning inserts also create convection heat with a fan located underneath the firebox.

Wood-burning inserts can heat anywhere from 1,000 to 3,000 sq. ft., depending on their size. Inserts are small enough to fit into most traditional masonry fireplaces.

An insert designed to heat 1,500 square feet will burn for three to five hours before you need to reload; for 1,500 to 3,000 sq. ft., you usually have an eight- to 10-hour burn window.

Green Factor: Efficiency rating of 60% to 80% on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-certified models.

For more information on wood burning fireplace inserts, contact West Sport.

Outdoor Kitchen Ideas – Sudbury, Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, February 03, 2017

West Sport, Sudbury, MAOutdoor kitchen design ideas are as much about beauty as they are about functionality. You'll need to consider climate, positioning for utilities, and budget. Fortunately, achieving these elements and getting the look you want is fairly straightforward.

Start your outdoor kitchen design by making a list of must-have items. These could include a built in gas grill, sink, an island, gas cooktop, pizza oven, dining space or a bar. If you're worried about being budget-friendly, split your list into necessities and extras and make changes as your design and budget take shape.

There are many ways to stretch your budget without compromising style. The popularity of outdoor kitchens has created a market for prefabricated or modular outdoor kitchens in a variety of customizable styles. This allows you to skip the contractor and build your own outdoor kitchen with minimal DIY know-how.

Outdoor kitchens can include compact refrigerators, stainless steel cabinets, custom countertops, dining space and more. West Sport in Sudbury has a nice selection of these outdoor kitchen components. You can also choose from stacked stone, granite, tile or stucco to create the outdoor kitchen that looks best with your existing space.

Whether you go prefab or completely custom, you’ll want to consult a contractor for things that include plumbing, electrical or gas lines. The location of things like a grill, appliances and a sink will make a difference in your design and budget. A contractor can help you get the most from your budget by positioning your outdoor kitchen for easy access to utilities.

Also consider your four walls and ceiling (or lack thereof). If your design includes a grill or cooktop, make sure you have proper ventilation above. Lighting is another important element that may require electrical work and fixtures, which will affect their positioning.

For help, ideas, and components for your outdoor kitchen, contact West Sport in Sudbury.