I am trying to decide on my final design and figured out that the inside of my fridge is aluminum. Is that a problem. The aluminum is in rough shape so I am thinking of three options.
Option #1 - Have a new box made out of steel. The problem with this is that I have no skills working with steel and no tools to do it so I would have to pay someone to do the work and I think it will probably be expensive.
Option #2 - I would use the existing frame and put wood inside of it so I could have more shelves and the wood would also give it more stability. Is this a bad idea? I could do the work and wood is cheaper than steel.
Option #3 - Leave the box as is and figure out how to get some more shelves is it.
I am still leaning towards using a pellet assembly from Smoke Daddy for my heat souce. I am trying to keep this build as economical as possible but I also want a quality product.
Here is a picture of the inside of my box.
Thanks for any suggestions!