BE OUR GUESTS!
You like what we do? A lot? So much so, that you want to cover it?
Be our guest. Here you will find press photos in two different resolutions and a press release, which you are welcome to copy, paraphrase or rewrite.
And if you need more help or material, feel free to write us. We would be happy to help you. A lot.
Burnout.kitchen has been around for a good year now. With us. With retailers. And above all: with grilling enthusiasts.
Each and every Burnout.kitchen is defined by the same principle: The frames are made of sturdy stainless steel, the bodies, fronts, and countertops are made of an innovative composite material with laser-cut edges. But it doesn't end there. We use individually finished fittings that are approved for outdoor use and easy to move even when a blizzard is raging outside. You have the choice between adjustable feet and castors that are also available with brakes. Because flexibility is what makes our Burnout.kitchens so special. You can build it around a corner. Or long and straight. You can let them expand little by little or place them next to your existing grill. You can add benches and tables of the same material.
Because it looks even fancier that way.
And as far as grills go, you have the choice: We can integrate the current models of Broil King and Napoleon into our Burnout.kitchen. A Kamado Joe, a Big Green Egg or a Monolith ceramic grill is also perfectly placed in our furniture. All modules and components are manufactured by us in East Westphalia, the cradle of the kitchen industry. Because we are convinced that "made in Germany" is a true sign of quality. Burnout.kitchen hails from Germany. Because we have been building furniture right here for decades. And know what that means for the product.
This is the way our Burnout.kitchens were created, which are made to be outdoors. They are weather and UV-resistant, sturdy and yet lightweight. They don't mind dirt; they're easy to clean – even with a high-pressure cleaner. The kitchens are only produced when they are ordered by specialist retailers or garden and landscaping contractors. In a mixture of industrial production and manual labor. Wherever highest industrial precision is required, we use the most sophisticated machinery from the furniture industry.
When it comes to sensitive work with welding equipment, specialists are there to lend a hand in person. In the end, it's the combination of industry and manufacture that makes it happen. Creating a kitchen that shows the passion for its creators. Which makes you feel that it is the sum of many years of experience. Which makes you know: This kitchen was designed and built by people who use them. Very, very often. Whatever the weather.
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